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  1. NFC North Rivals 2019 Talk

    Prime offseason material. Love it.
  2. 2019 NFC North Fantasy Football

    Ok sounds good.
  3. 2019 NFC North Fantasy Football

    @squire12 Have we decided when we are going to have the draft?
  4. NFC North: Who wins it this year?

    What are you 11? Sheesh
  5. NFC North: Who wins it this year?

    Absolutely. Kirk is being massively overpaid for what he is and Tru has shown the Bears can win with him behind center.
  6. NFC North: Who wins it this year?

    Of course not. Still the Bears division to lose imo.
  7. NFC North: Who wins it this year?

    There's alot of excuses being made here. I'll address a few points though. Bears went 2-0 versus the Vikings last year. I don't see how you find that irrelevant. Especially with the second being a meaningless game for the Bears and a must win game for the Vikings where they beat them handily while playing a lot of backups. The Vikings do not have a far more talented roster than the Bears. It's pretty close. Vikings have a huge edge at WR and the Bears have a huge edge at O-line. Everything else is pretty close. All this talk of the Bears trending down is just that. Talk. It means nothing and at the moment is pure speculation. They could just as easily improve for a myriad of reasons. Like players getting healthier (Allen Robinson, Burton, Jackson), getting more familiar with a complex offensive system, replacing Howard with Montgomery and Davis etc. Offensive talent is not "questionable at best". That's a bad narrative. This is the best group of skill position players the Bears have had in years. Robinson, Gabriel, Miller, Burton, Cohen, Montgomery, Davis, and Patterson is a very solid group. Not spectacular but all very solid players. You can't ask for much more than that. Trubisky is just as much a question mark as Cousins. Cousins was a gigantic disappointment last year and choked multiple times in high pressure situations. Trubisky continued to improve as the season progressed and should continue to do so in his 2nd year under Nagy. Who the teams faced last year is far more irrelevant than anything else. Every team matches up differently. The Bears schedule looks to be far more difficult than last year but that can change as well. Games that look to be tough on paper right now could be much easier when they actually play. It happens every year.
  8. NFC North: Who wins it this year?

    Bears beat them pretty easily playing a lot of backups in a must win game for the Vikings in week 17 after beating them in their previous meeting as well. I'm not sure how you can rank the Vikings ahead of the Bears.
  9. NFC North: Who wins it this year?

    If the Bears stay healthy it's still their division to lose. It's going to be much closer than it was last year but they're still the team to beat in that division.
  10. Former Lions QB Josh McCown Announces Retirement From NFL

    He's a really good guy. Coached my nephews soccer team. Very down to earth and polite.
  11. NFC North: Who wins it this year?

  12. What will be the key to winning in 2019?

    Getting 1st round production out of a 5th round pick. Same as every year.
  13. Bears sign David Montgomery to 4 year deal

    I will laugh really hard if Montgomery is better than Jacobs.
  14. Gerald McCoy to sign with Carolina Panthers

    Do they though? I mean, really?
  15. New Packers HC Tears Achilles