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Why The Bears Should Fire GM Ryan Pace

Reading Time: 3 minutesThere’s a saying that losing is the ultimate motivator of change, but somehow it’s 2020 and almost 2021, and the Chicago Bears are still jumping through the same hoops that they were in 2018. In 2018 we saw a Super Bowl level defense mixed with a replacement level offense that would then lose a heartbreaker to the defending champs. With Bears fans hearts at all time low, they still knew this wouldn’t be the end of it, with an offense only destined to improve under 3rd year QB Mitchell Trubisky. This team was hungry to say...

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Checking in on the Chicago Bears at the Midway Point

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Bears are sitting at 5-3 at the halfway point of the 2020 season, with big games that lay ahead including Tennessee and five inter-divisional games. The Bears have often received criticism for their play, being a different tale from what their 5-3 record would imply.  The Bears started off the season hot with a blazing 5-1 start, but that would decline to 5-3 over the course of the next two games. The Bears have fallen victim to the injury bug as their offensive line has been gutted by injuries and COVID. The Bears will likely...

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What’s Next For These Young Quarterbacks: Darnold, Haskins, Jones

Reading Time: 2 minutesThroughout their short NFL careers, Dwayne Haskins Jr., Daniel Jones, and Sam Darnold have been given little support to be able to justify their upper-first round draft selection. In 2020, Washington, the Jets, and the Giants are all likely to finish with bad records and could very likely end up with Justin Fields, Trevor Lawrence, and Trey Lance (in no particular order). So where would these young QBs go if they’re being dumped for a draft prospect. Here’s what I think: Sam Darnold – Indianapolis Colts Sam Darnold has played three seasons in his career, and...

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Aaron Rodgers To The Bears: Thanks, But No Thanks

Reading Time: 3 minutesRecently, sports media mouths such as Brett Favre and just recently Max Kellerman, have been hinting and embracing Aaron Rodgers’ would-be decision to join the Chicago Bears. After the Packers elected to use their first round pick to further the process of moving Rodgers out of town, when they drafted QB Jordan Love. At first glance, what’s there not to love? You have an all-decade, or even all-time great wanting to get revenge on his own team for doing him dirty, by joining a rival and certain Super Bowl contender.  Why, the love at first sight for...

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The Chicago Bears Released Two Tight Ends: The Bigger Picture

Reading Time: 2 minutesEntering this offseason, the Bears had an overwhelming number of tight ends on their roster. That number was trimmed down to seven this previous week. Matt Nagy and Chicago said goodbye to Ben Braunecker and Adam Shaheen.  These two had pretty different stories, as Braunecker was a great special teams player and even started at tight end due to some injuries. So why cut Braunecker? It came down to cap space. The NFL owners keep pushing for the salary cap to be lowered this season. This leads to a lot of veteran players like Braunecker to...

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