Jump to content

ColGerBear

Veteran Members
  • Content count

    308
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

31 Rookie
  1. The 2020 Draft Thread - Day 3 begins 11am CST

    Meh, as a german I have no other way than watching a stream. I'll just disappear again.
  2. The 2020 Draft Thread - Day 3 begins 11am CST

    Sorry, I did not realize I was ahead of the TV. **NO SPOILERS** Should be in the title or at least in the OP though.
  3. The 2020 Draft Thread - Day 3 begins 11am CST

    My bad I'm watching another stream and they announced it. I did not know they were ahead of the official streams.
  4. The 2020 Draft Thread - Day 3 begins 11am CST

    KMET?`! REALLY?! #FirePace
  5. The 2020 Draft Thread - Day 3 begins 11am CST

    I have noticed a shift here from the last years where all talk was BPA BPA BPA we're now talking about adressing needs in the draft. I'm interested way you shifted more towards needs than BPA (ideally we all want to trade down and still get our guys, I know ).
  6. 64. Kyle Dugger S Lenoir Rhyne 80. Lloyd Cushenberry C LSU 87. Rashard Lawrence DT LSU 101. Van Jefferson WR Florida 108. Cameron Dantzler CB Mississippi State 144. Shaun Bradley ILB Temple 226. Justin Herron OT Wake Forest 233. Braden Mann P Texas A&M I love the first 5 picks, all positions of need and good value. Lawrence is smart and another guy Hicks could coach up. Dantzler is long and comfortable playing press man. Not the strongest, not the fastest but provides competition where it's needed. Bradley has physical upside and ILB depth is thin.
  7. How has your team done in FA?

    Ryan Pace did everything he could for Ryan Pace. His coaches were bad last year, Trubisky is a back up QB, not sure he gets another chance if this year is bad. IMO it's not the best he could've done for the Bears though.
  8. Post Free Agency Mock Draft

    You will not get as much, some other 2nd round trades in the previous years: 2018 Oakland traded a second-round selection (41st) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee's second- and third-round selections (57th and 89th). New England traded a second-round selection (43rd) to Detroit in exchange for Detroit's second- and fourth-round selections (51st and 117th). 2019 The Rams traded this second-round selection (45th) to New England in exchange for New England's second- and third-round selections (56th and 101st). The Rams traded this second-round selection (56th) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City's second- and fifth-round selections (61st and 167th). Other than that: I really like Cushenberry Not sure about a 2nd OL in with the top 2 picks. With the Foles trade the Bears are still in win-now mode and still need a starting SS and CB. Same goes for QB with the 3rd pick. Except CB you adressed the most important needs though, that's nice. There are some nice athletic LBs available in the later rounds, taking one is very nice.
  9. Bears sign TE Jimmy Graham, 2 years 16 million

    That means if Graham is bad it's a 1 year $9 million deal.
  10. The 2020 Free Agency Rumblings Thread

    Pace has one contract every year where he bids against himself. Glennon Turbo Skrine Sims (Burton) This year it is Graham.
  11. The 2020 Free Agency Rumblings Thread

    So Ebron gets 12 million over 2 years from the Steelers...
  12. Why Nick Foles?

    I ask myself the same question
  13. The 2020 Free Agency Rumblings Thread

    Pats add Adrian Phillips, a guy I would've liked to see in a Bears uniform if Dugger wasn't my draft crush After Foles, Quinn and Graham the Bears didn't have the cap space anyway.
  14. The 2020 Free Agency Rumblings Thread

    I doubt a 2.6m AAV contract will net a comp pick but it would be the fourth pick, HHCD would be the fifth. Source: https://overthecap.com/compensatory-draft-picks-cancellation-chart/
  15. OTC has Quinn already, Foles as well and they removed Floyd. Trevathans new contract is in there as well. Edit: They still need to add Graham but we do not know the structure of the deal yet, if I had to guess it is similar to Trevathans contract with some void years.
×