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  1. Nick Foles Will Start/Jonathan Wood Analysis

    I highly recommend windy City gridiron's "halas to Mack" podcast. It's a decade by decade Bears history cast, and while it sounds boring it's actually really entertaining. The one common thread for literally 90 percent of it is that the Bears miss on the quarterback.
  2. Random Thoughts - Quarantine Edition

    Pace has a stubborn streak just like Nagy; I feel like in his head it's got to be something like "Massie is good enough because I gave him a good contract, and I wouldn't have given him that contract if he couldn't play better than he's playing, which is why I gave him that contract, which is why..."
  3. Random Thoughts - Quarantine Edition

    Just taught my kids to clean camp cookware with sand. It was cool. Then they tried to wash dishes at home with garden dirt. Did not go over well. I'm pretty sure they hey like 90% of their nutrition from stuff they find in the yard.
  4. Random Thoughts - Quarantine Edition

    Aw gawd it's gonna happen now damnit
  5. Nick Foles Will Start/Jonathan Wood Analysis

    Hey, if that happens then I think I'll have a lot of company on the ̶R̶o̶s̶e̶n̶ Burrow wagon. What do you think Rosen's up to right now?
  6. Random Thoughts - Quarantine Edition

    That's part 1 of the punishment, the rest is seeing Newton's hideous ******* hats every day
  7. Jonathan Woods Analytical; Agree or Disagree?

    The real problem remains the offense, you have no long term QB and no strong offense to put an average QB in. Meanwhile you're stuck paying a lot of money for defensive talent on a D who are amazing but can't win every game on their own. The Bears are going nowhere until they hit on a young QB who can play early after being draftied and lifts the team.
  8. You Get One Move

    I think we're arguing extremes here. If Mitch manages to win MVP he's a keeper and we're good. He's not going to win MVP.
  9. 15. Trey Lance QB North Dakota State 47. Jackson Carman OT Clemson 79. Tarron Jackson EDGE Coastal Carolina 143. Elijah Molden S Washington 175. Isaac Taylor-Stuart CB USC
  10. Who are your favorite possible coaching candidates for 2021?

    Agreed and agreed, that was Nagy's best case scenario but showed some decent planning. Also agree that he has a REALLY hard time adapting to surprises or even acknowledging when things aren't working on the field. Just saying I think he has a goal, he's just iffy at executing if things aren't perfect. Hopefully we get to see what he can do if he has pieces that work, although I'm not optimistic we have the pieces or that he can be a great tactician if he does. Again, I really like the culture and attitude so not trashing Nagy.
  11. Glass Half Full 2020

    In a perfect world I think you are able to go QB in round 1 and then OT in 2. From 20000ft it looks like there might be some options for both that line up like that (* I know year-out prognosticating is bull) I think other options would be S, EDGE, WR
  12. Misc minor news, stats, etc

    You're not wrong, but I also feel like the missing pieces at TE were partly responsible for that. The Eagles playoff game looked a lot like 2019 in terms of Tarik being limited by the black hole at TE I think if you have a healthy Burton you win that game
  13. Random Thoughts - Quarantine Edition

    Damn dude not cool, that's like your mom walking in on you with a girl in high school levels
  14. Who are your favorite possible coaching candidates for 2021?

    I'm still not sure we've actually seen the offense Nagy wants to run. Given Trubisky being the limiting factor in 2018, and Trubisky, the OL, the TEs, the RBs and everyone but Robinson being the limiting factor in 19, he's clearly not running what he wants. *I believe the opening drive in 2018 vs Packers in game 1 was his ideal offense. Here's the drive if you want my opinion on what Nagy wants to run, or if you're feeling nostalgic for that "holy **** they might be good this year feeling" 1st & 10 at CHI 14 (13:13 - 1st) T.Cohen left end pushed ob at CHI 21 for 7 yards (T.Williams). 2nd & 3 at CHI 21 (12:37 - 1st) J.Howard left guard to CHI 25 for 4 yards (N.Perry). 1st & 10 at CHI 25 (12:03 - 1st) (Shotgun) M.Trubisky pass short left to T.Cohen pushed ob at CHI 33 for 8 yards (T.Williams). 2nd & 2 at CHI 33 (11:32 - 1st) (Shotgun) M.Trubisky pass short right to T.Gabriel to CHI 33 for no gain (C.Matthews). 3rd & 2 at CHI 33 (10:51 - 1st) (Shotgun) T.Cohen right end ran ob at CHI 44 for 11 yards (K.Brice). 1st & 10 at CHI 44 (10:12 - 1st) M.Trubisky pass deep right to T.Gabriel to GB 25 for 31 yards (A.Morrison). 1st & 10 at GB 25 (9:23 - 1st) (Shotgun) M.Trubisky scrambles up the middle to GB 19 for 6 yards (A.Morrison). (8:37 - 1st) Timeout #1 by CHI at 08:37. 2nd & 4 at GB 19 (8:37 - 1st) (Shotgun) J.Howard right tackle to GB 17 for 2 yards (M.Daniels). 3rd & 2 at GB 17 (7:57 - 1st) (Shotgun) M.Trubisky pass short right to T.Burton to GB 2 for 15 yards (K.Brice). 1st & Goal at GB 2 (7:11 - 1st) Mitchell Trubisky 2 Yard Rush C.Parkey extra point is GOOD, Center-P.Scales, Holder-P.O'Donnell.
  15. Misc minor news, stats, etc

    Interesting, but not sure how you can not cover that data in asterisks given the Bear's TE situation of having 18 big-looking guys with no idea how to play the position filling out the room.