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Damikeeeee

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  1. Is Dylan Moses still available?  I don't care about long term this late in the draft. If he can get through his rookie contract it's worth it. DT should not be seeing the field

  2. This is the best draft I've seen in 20 years of being a draftnik. It's hilarious how the dumpster fire that is Mitch Trubisky is what's keeping the "experts", I just threw up in my mouth saying experts, from realizing it. Fields should have went #3 and the OT is a top 20 pick in a lot of drafts. 

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  3. 1 hour ago, Epyon said:

    Interesting tidbit today as well.....

     

    Andy Dalton and Kyle Trask are training "together" at the same place in Cali... ("together" in quotes because just being in the same facility does not necessarily mean they are interacting in any significant fashion)

    I assume we'll be there to watch Dalton practice....yah.....Dalton...

  4. 3 hours ago, Heinz D. said:

    It goes beyond that. To look at a couple of blocks of printed statistics and then declare Dalton and Carr are basically the same quarterback...is goofy. (I'm not accusing you of doing that, I'm just going off of the earlier argument/point.)

    Carr is a much better quarterback than Andy Dalton. 

    Well...the Cowboys were a total mess last year. There were injuries everywhere, and McCarthy did a MUCH worse job of coaching that team than I expected he would. (I figured McCarthy would have a "bounce back" year down there, but...no.)

    I'm not preaching the gospel of Andy Dalton here, but it's completely in the realm of possibility that Dalton does better in Chicago than Dallas. And for what it's worth, he didn't do that badly in Dallas anyway...

    Dalton also got royally screwed by the Bengals.  Cut so late that he had to take the only job he could. No time to learn the offense and less time spent with the 1s.  

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  5. People forget that before one of the best TE prospects to ever walk through earth decided not to play in the bowl game Trask was considered a potential 1st round pick. Everyone wants to hate on him but I'd we drafted him everyone will soon forget. 

  6. 23 minutes ago, Forge said:

    Physically I get the comp, but mentally / emotionally / work ethic it gets murky because there has been a lot said about Freeman over time. I'm not sure if it's accurate or not.  

    All that is for pro days and meeting's and stuff you and I will never know til it's on ESPN.  Prospect wise imo it's a decent comp.

  7. 11 hours ago, Forge said:

    Cannon for an arm, handles a ton of pre snap stuff. Mentally, he runs an nfl offense already. Concepts, protections, etc. Supposedly very, very smart.

    Reads the field pretty well, quick processor, and you're seeing him do it all at 19. At 19, fields hadn't thrown a pass on college and Mac Jones was getting arrested for duis. 

    The biggest problem is that he's not naturally accurate and mechanically I wonder if he doesn't have to be reworked some. 

    I prefer fields, but Lance is a realistic possibility that I'd be okay with. I'm assuming Jones doesn't have a real shot, but can't remove him completely

    This was everything I said about Stephen Morris from the U. Played in a pro system for 4 years. Under center a lot. Rocket launcher. Then mid senior season I finally started seeing what everyone else did. Josh Freeman might be a better comp.

  8. 3 hours ago, G08 said:

    From another board...

    I'm guessing Dalton is player A

    This is why I really started liking PFF because it's not just a few stats to make it look like something it isn't. 

  9. 23 hours ago, JAF-N72EX said:

    1 minute into this and I'm already saying to myself.....this guy is gassing Dalton on plays while ignoring the blatant flaws happening in the very same play.

    He talks about how Dalton's anticipation and accuracy on the throw but fails to acknowledge three big mistakes that Dalton makes here.  One, not going through his progressions. Two, staring down his receiver from snap to throw......he never looks off the safety. Hell, he never looks to his left at all. His eyes are completely fixed on the receiver.

    Had Dalton gone through his progressions he would have seen Cooper was wide open on a post route over the middle against a cover-2 look with only 2 linebackers to throw over (who were 5 yards behind Cooper).

    Plays like these are a big part of the reason why Dalton throws so many INTs and the same thing I have seen from Mitch and Foles for the last 3 years.

    Are you Mitch Trubisky?  Seriously. 

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  10. 54 minutes ago, Heinz D. said:

    We'll likely have a defense with Goldman and without Hicks this upcoming season. We'll see how it goes. 

    Why do you feel it's already been proven that way though?

  11. 8 minutes ago, 41st ward Chicagoian said:

    Donte Smith is a bust.  This kid might be good. But there in no way he’s going to stay healthy.  Just too dang skinny

    What are we betting?

  12. 19 minutes ago, Heinz D. said:

    Yeah, I do. Goldman isn't a great pass rusher. But he doesn't have to be. He just has to be a 3-4 NT, that "power pig" that everything is built around. 

    We rarely run a 3-4 and when we are in base we aren't very good.  But again, why do you feel Goldman has proven he's clearly more important?

    FYI Hicks is our nickel 1 tech and Goldman plays the 3.

  13. 18 minutes ago, Heinz D. said:

    They were much worse against the run in '20 than in '19? They were worse in every single defensive category in '20, compared to the year before? And lastly, I watched the games? How many times did the Bears' defense get absolutely humiliated in '19? 

    Not all because of Goldman's loss, obviously. But they clearly weren't the same without him. 

    You don't think Nick Williams, Mario Edwards and Nichols all being more successful pass rushers shows anything?  

  14. On 3/29/2021 at 12:26 PM, Heinz D. said:

    It turned out that Goldman was the bigger loss, really. Surprising as heck. 

    Just curious as to what made you think this was even on any level slightly true?

  15. On 3/28/2021 at 8:35 AM, LinebackerGod said:

    Just let this guy have this one. I think he needs a little positivity in his life. If he wants to think that a QB who never had a strong arm now has a rocket launcher at 33 years of age, we should let him.

    Besides, it’ll be funnier to watch the sadness slowly work its way through this man throughout the season. 

    The things you say have nothing to do with anything haha and your use of hyperbole is hilarious 😂😂

  16. 6 hours ago, blkwdw13 said:

    Depth or starters at all those position le are need more than a RB. This season there is not need to draft a RB. 

    Imo that's the worst way to use mid to late round picks. You don't draft positions. Take who's fallen and acquire talent anywhere.

  17. 5 hours ago, blkwdw13 said:

    The Bears didn’t choose Dalton over Trubisky, they settled for Dalton over Trubisky. After what happened one Botha sides of the Trubisky/coaches the last two years he was never coming back and they were never bringing him back. My personal feelings on him is that right now he is a low end start with potential to be an average starter with the right coaching, which the Bills like to be a great spot to develop a QB. I believe that is why he went there, and he even supposedly took less money to go there. Whether that is true is another story. 

    We sprinted to the fire station to dump baby Mitch off as fast as we could. Dalton happened to be the best option that was actually available that wasn't going to cost us picks.  Dalton is in a different tier than Mitch. Dalton gives us a chance to stretch the field and keep a D honest. He at least can do some of the things we want our QB to do.  With Mitch once we had to throw down field it got ugly. Dalton at least moves the needle inside the pocket. It's like if Alabama went from Jalan Hurts to Mac Jones. 

  18. 14 hours ago, Trentwannabe said:

    The contracts isn’t really a good argument. Not unless the Bills offered Flacco or a different QB more money then they signed Trubisky for. Which they didn’t. 

    Guys on the open market get overpaid  early or end up taking 1 year prove it type deals. Trubisky is clearly the latter. 

    The way you speak about him In absolutes wreaks of a sour Bears fans. Which, I get, your front office made a horrible selection and that sucks. But a change of scenery has helped young QBs and players before. Trubisky could be that. 
     

    Well put and I 99% agree. A lot is being a sour Bears fan. I also don't think the signing helps your QB room. He doesn't help Allen at all in the QB room and any time taken away from Allen to help Mitch is not time well spent. If you look at your receivers, TEs, OL and RBs; it's not a huge difference between Chi and Buf.  As far as contracts go typically guess tend to wait a bit longer before settling for a prove it deal. Also he has no chance to prove anything on the field. If I'm signing Mitch it's if I have. A TB12 he can learn from and not take that time away from another young QB. Also if a team is dumb enough to give him a contract next year then their is a potential comp pick so as an asset I understand it more than the quality of the player.

  19. Just now, blkwdw13 said:

    For this season it is a wasted pick, since RBs have become plug and play next year they can use resources on one. They still need to draft QB, OT, CB, S, WR, and maybe TE or LB before a RB is needed. 

    Which of those positions do we get a contributor in round 5-6?  You're making more of this than needed. Im not talking about a valuable resource 

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