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  1. 2018 NFL Draft Thread - READ!!!

    I'm gonna go ahead and peg Tim Settle as the guy I want in the 4th round
  2. Bold Predictions

    If Lamar Jackson goes to the Saints or Patriots, he will have a pro bowl career.
  3. AZ Final Mock

    I'm a huge fan of Landry even more than Davenport. Who's the scout that came up with the notion that height and length translate into pass rush ability? My comp. on Landry is Melvin Ingram. I would also recommend some combination of OL/WR on Day 2, Price and Washington look like good picks. It's interesting how you mocked Washington given his YAC skills. I think we will see a lot of these kinds of gadget receivers in the Nagy era.
  4. BD3231's only mock- 5 days out- v1.0

    Was watching more film on Edmunds and a red flag came up. Have you seen the nose tackle Tim Settle totally destroy offensive lives in front of Edmunds?
  5. BD3231's only mock- 5 days out- v1.0

    Fantastic mock draft! I mean ideal first 7 picks are spot on, plus the trade back scenario with Buffalo is what I've been thinking all along. 1. I like Edmunds, just not in the top-10 2. Price would give our O-line the flexibility we want and move Whitehair back to left-guard 3. Key played out of position last season but showed promise as a pass-rusher the season before The next few picks could change and I'd still be happy.
  6. BD3231's only mock- 5 days out- v1.0

    I like this draft. Decent value for a trade back, and we still land a solid player who has a chance to develop into something great. I have a feeling Pace is also taking a long look at Harold Landry with their first pick. Very polished pass rusher. Aside from the first pick being up in the air the rest of this mock address some key areas with good positional value.
  7. 2018 Draft Prospects

    This defense, in its current state, lacks an identity. The offense has one with Trubisky at the helm which makes it easier to find the right pieces to the puzzle. I think we desperately need to find a leader/gamechanger on defense.
  8. 2018 Draft Prospects

    I don't post much but its draft time... Mock Draft When Pace traded up last year I thought he was planning on reconciling those picks by trading back in the 1st with teams fishing for one of the QB's in the top-10 so I'll just play out that scenario. Trade back (Bears move back from 8 giving them a 3rd round pick in this year's draft, maybe more) 1. CB Josh Jackson - Iowa. My favorite cornerback in the draft as he possesses great size, agility, and ball skills. He was a late bloomer in college as he made the transition from wide receiver to cornerback after he redshirted his freshman season. He was as a backup in 2015 & 2016 but he emerged as an All-American as a senior with his signature game coming against Ohio State where he has 3 interceptions. He would complement Kyle Fuller well and help fortify the Bears secondary for the next 5-7 seasons. I'm also a huge fan of Edmunds if he falls out of the top-10. 2. OL Billy Price - Ohio State. Originally from Youngstown, Ohio, a football hotbed, Price is a steady interior offensive lineman who was a four-year starter for Urban Meyer. He injured himself while bench pressing at the combine which could drop him a few spots. If the Bears can’t land superstar guard Quinton Nelson in the first round, they will have to address the O-line here in round two by selecting Price which means Whitehair will move back to left guard which is his more natural position. 3. OLB Lorenzo Carter - Georgia. Most draft evaluators have moved up this lengthy edge rusher because of his blazing 40-yard dash at 6’5 250. I believe that he is more of a third-round talent given his underwhelming sack totals. The Georgia defense is the college equivalent of the Bears attacking 3-4 which means any of the three stud linebackers from Georgia could end up on the Bears. Roquan Smith in the first round, Carter in the second or third round, as well as Davin Bellamy in the later rounds. 4. WR Dante Pettis - Washington. The Bears will take their swing at finding their JuJu Smith-Shuster with the selection for Pettis in the fourth round. He excels at the getting yards after the catch and can stretch the field. He doesn't have elite top-end speed but has great burst and short area quickness which allows him to get open. Think Doug Baldwin. He also is a prolific punt returner setting the NCAA record with 9 career punt return touchdowns 4. CB Quenton Meeks - Stanford. Coming off a solid college career at Stanford I think Meeks has a lot of the traits you look for in a corner with good size and speed. He has great tackling ability and positions his body well which could help him land a roster spot as a depth corner and special teams player. Similar players in this range like Duke Dawson and Tavaris McFadden both have question marks and Meeks is a cleaner all-around prospect. Dawson’s size has limited him being a slot corner at Florida while Florida State’s McFadden had a disappointing combine where he ran a 4.67 forty yard dash although he has good tape. 5. RB Bo Scarborough - Alabama. At this point in the draft, Ryan Pace is looking to strike gold on another late round RB who can contribute to an NFL roster. Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen are thunder and lightning. Scarborough can be the earthquake. 6. OLB/DE Davin Bellamy - Georgia. Looking for depth in their front seven the Bears select Bellamy from Georgia who I alluded to earlier. He played most of his snaps opposite Lorenzo Carter while transitioning from more of a defensive end earlier in his career. Has a slightly larger physic than Carter and could potentially bulk up and be a 3-4 defensive line if his new team sees fit. He excels equally against the pass and run and has slightly above average athleticism and instincts. Could develop into a starter. 7. Developmental pick
  9. Adopt a Bear sign-up

    Kevin White. Boom!
  10. Cuts to 53

    Pace is really exploiting the injured reserve system to protect young players! love it!
  11. Bears Forum Fantasy Football 2017

    Your welcome! thanks for Zeke, CPU drafted me some bad RB's
  12. Bears Forum Fantasy Football 2017

    All my players are on the trade block... Ditkas signatures
  13. Bears Forum Fantasy Football 2017

    damn thought the draft was tonight
  14. Your 53 man Roster

    Greg Rosenthal said today on NFL network that McPhee could get CUT or TRADED when teams go to 53.... any merit to this?.... what are your thoughts guys
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