Chicago Bears Kicker Robbie Gould Calls Replacement Referees 'Clueless'

Kickers usually aren't involved in many headlines, but Robbie Gould made some comments on Twitter Thursday night that will likely get him noticed. The Chicago Bears' team representative called the NFL replacement referees "clueless."

Gould was watching the Arizona Cardinals play the Tennessee Titans Thursday night when he decided to let the world know exactly how he felt regarding the current state of officiating in the NFL.

Gould brought up a good point later, too, noting that his issues with the referees have more to do with player safety than anything else.

On a lighter note, we'll assume Gould meant the refs "are" clueless rather than that they "ate" clueless because, well, Alicia Silverstone probably would think that's weird.

Head over to Windy City Gridiron for more Bears coverage, and check out Big Blue View for more on the Giants. Also visit SB Nation's NFL hub for more preseason news and analysis from around the league.

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