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I figured a lot of these will be coming out so I figured I'd make a thread so we can keep it organized. I'll be making one pretty soon.

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I throw a quick one out here:

 

2020 Mock offseason

 

Cap space: 67,5M

Cut:

-Tyrell Williams DM: 0, saving: 11,1M

-Tahir Whitehead DM: 1M, saving: 6,2M

-Zay Jones DM: 0, saving: 1,3M

-DeShone Kizer DM: 0, saving: 1,1M

-Brandon Parker DM: 500K, saving: 600K

-Marcell Ateman DM: 0, saving: 600K

-Nick Nelson DM: 0, saving: 600K

Cap after cuts: 89M

 

Bring back:

-Denzelle Good OG 2/9M

-Dion Jordan DL 2/6M

-DeAndre Washington RB 2/4M

-Nathan Peterman QB low/orig. RFA tender 2M

-Will Compton LB 1/1M

-Nicholas Morrow LB 1/1M after not giving him an RFA tender

All the ERFA guys at least till TC. Sieg, Leavitt, Doss, Carlson, Cotton, Hunt, Dorleant, Valoaga, Killings

Cap around 73M

 

FA market:

-Robby Anderson WR 4/48M

-Anthony Harris S 4/48M

-Corry Littleton LB 3/42M

-Darqueze Dennard CB 3/30M

-Jarran Reed DT 2/12M

Cap around 19M before the draft

 

Draft:

1.12 Henry Ruggs WR Alabama

1.19 Kenneth Murray MLB Oklahoma

3.80 best LB/CB/WR

3.81 best LB/CB/WR

3.92 best LB/CB/WR/RB

4.111 best LB/CB/WR/RB

7.204 K

 

QB: Carr, Peterman

RB: Jacobs, Washington, rookie

FB: Ingold

TE: Waller, Moreau, Carrier

WR: Anderson, Ruggs, Renfrow, rookie, Doss, returner UDFA

OL: Miller, Incognito, Hudson, Jackson, Brown, Sharpe, Good, James, Hunt

DL: Ferrell, Hankins, Reed, Crosby, Jordan, Hall, Hurst, Key

LB: Littleton, Murray, Compton, Morrow, rookie, rookie

CB: Mullen, Dennard, Joyner, Johnson, Nixon, rookie

S: Abram, A.Harris, E.Harris, Leavitt, rookie

P: Cole

K: Carlson, rookie

LS: Sieg

 

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41 minutes ago, SBXISBXVSBXVIII said:

2020 Perfect Mock:

Resign some players. Cut some players. Sign some FA. Draft some players.

Profit. 

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Posted (edited)

Just a quickie while the kids and wife are gone.

Main Cuts:

Whitehead and Jackson:  I think we can replace both with rookies and we have to many holes with to much $ locked into the o-line.  Time to get younger and cheaper on the O-line.  If I was going to spend $10 million on another guard I would rather sign Sherff anyways.

At the right price FA re-signings:  I would be hesitant to pay more.

Worley - 4 yr $24 M

Joseph - 4 yr $22 M

Good - 3 yr $12 M

Mayowa - 2 yr $10 M

Jordan - 2 yr $10 M

Morrow - 2 yr $5 M

FA Signings:

Emmanuel Sanders 2yr $20 M - Some people wanted Green but I am going a different route with an old WR.

Danny Trevathan 3 yr $22.5 M - I have wanted to sign him for a while.  He appeared to be one of the few Bears players that did not quit mid season before he got hurt.

Carlos Hyde 3 yr $10 M - Would be a good #2 back and runs hard.  I would take Crowell back also.

Arik Armstead 5 yr $85 M - Building a dominant D-line.

James Bradberry 4 yr $45 M - With Rivera gone Bradberry hits the market.  Not elite but a good CB opposite Mullen.

 

12: R1P12

DL DERRICK BROWN

AUBURN

 

19: R1P19

LB KENNETH MURRAY

OKLAHOMA

 

80: R3P16

LB JORDYN BROOKS

TEXAS TECH

 

81: R3P17

DEONTE BROWN

ALABAMA

 

92: R3P28

WR JUSTIN JEFFERSON

LSU

 

118: R4P15

CB DAMON ARNETTE

OHIO STATE

 

QB

Carr Kizer    
RB Jacobs Hyde    
FB Ingold      
WR Williams Jefferson Jones Ateman
TE Waller Moreau Carrier  
LT Miller Parker    
LG Incognito      
C Hudson James    
RG Brown Good    
RT Brown Sharpe    
WR Sanders Renfrow Gafford  
         
DE Armstead Ferrell Jordan  
DT Hankins Hall    
DT Brown Hurst    
DE Crosby Mayowa Key  
WLB Brooks Morrow    
MLB Trevathan    
SLB Murray Lee    
CB Bradberry Worley Nixon  
S Abram Joyner    
S Joseph Harris    
CB Mullen Johnson Arnette  

Cap would be tight but this is a solid team without any glaring holes.  My only issue is starting 2 rookies LBers but they are still better than what we had last year and Lee and Morrow are there to push them or takeover.  That D-line is beefy and can still get after the QB.

Edited by drfrey13

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5 hours ago, Rolni said:

I throw a quick one out here:

 

2020 Mock offseason

 

Cap space: 67,5M

Cut:

-Tyrell Williams DM: 0, saving: 11,1M

-Tahir Whitehead DM: 1M, saving: 6,2M

-Zay Jones DM: 0, saving: 1,3M

-DeShone Kizer DM: 0, saving: 1,1M

-Brandon Parker DM: 500K, saving: 600K

-Marcell Ateman DM: 0, saving: 600K

-Nick Nelson DM: 0, saving: 600K

Cap after cuts: 89M

 

Bring back:

-Denzelle Good OG 2/9M

-Dion Jordan DL 2/6M

-DeAndre Washington RB 2/4M

-Nathan Peterman QB low/orig. RFA tender 2M

-Will Compton LB 1/1M

-Nicholas Morrow LB 1/1M after not giving him an RFA tender

All the ERFA guys at least till TC. Sieg, Leavitt, Doss, Carlson, Cotton, Hunt, Dorleant, Valoaga, Killings

Cap around 73M

 

FA market:

-Robby Anderson WR 4/48M

-Anthony Harris S 4/48M

-Corry Littleton LB 3/42M

-Darqueze Dennard CB 3/30M

-Jarran Reed DT 2/12M

Cap around 19M before the draft

 

Draft:

1.12 Henry Ruggs WR Alabama

1.19 Kenneth Murray MLB Oklahoma

3.80 best LB/CB/WR

3.81 best LB/CB/WR

3.92 best LB/CB/WR/RB

4.111 best LB/CB/WR/RB

7.204 K

 

QB: Carr, Peterman

RB: Jacobs, Washington, rookie

FB: Ingold

TE: Waller, Moreau, Carrier

WR: Anderson, Ruggs, Renfrow, rookie, Doss, returner UDFA

OL: Miller, Incognito, Hudson, Jackson, Brown, Sharpe, Good, James, Hunt

DL: Ferrell, Hankins, Reed, Crosby, Jordan, Hall, Hurst, Key

LB: Littleton, Murray, Compton, Morrow, rookie, rookie

CB: Mullen, Dennard, Joyner, Johnson, Nixon, rookie

S: Abram, A.Harris, E.Harris, Leavitt, rookie

P: Cole

K: Carlson, rookie

LS: Sieg

 

I hope we keep T. Williams., he was pretty good before the foot injury and I think it hindered him for the rest of the season.  Those injuries take like 6 months to a year to get over (according to google).

If we get Anthony Harris and Cory Littleton, and we hit on the draft a second time around, I'm thinking playoffs.  This would just be a dream scenario honestly.  I don't know how well it would work, but my guess/hope would be contending for the playoffs for sure.

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Not a fan of cutting Williams to bring in Anderson.  

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36 minutes ago, Totty said:

Not a fan of cutting Williams to bring in Anderson.  

Me either. Huge downgrade. Tyrell is a solid #2 option, Anderson is a #3. Just get Tyrell another WR opposite of him. 

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Just now, BayRaider said:

Me either. Huge downgrade. Tyrell is a solid #2 option, Anderson is a #3. Just get Tyrell another WR opposite of him. 

Yea for Carr to throw to.  ;)

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Just now, Totty said:

Yea for Carr to throw to.  ;)

We’ll have to develop new routes that get 6+ yards of separation to get them both the ball. 

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3 minutes ago, BayRaider said:

Me either. Huge downgrade. Tyrell is a solid #2 option, Anderson is a #3. Just get Tyrell another WR opposite of him. 

Robbie Anderson is a slightly better version of Tyrell Williams. 

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2 minutes ago, NYRaider said:

Robbie Anderson is a slightly better version of Tyrell Williams. 

Lol what? No he isn’t. They are very different WRs. And nothing about Robbys game strikes me as a #2 WR. He’s a #3 WR, and not even a top tier #3 WR. We already have a #3 guy in Renfrow. Not even Jet fans will agree Robby is a #2. 

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Just now, BayRaider said:

Lol what? No he isn’t. They are very different WRs. And nothing about Robbys game strikes me as a #2 WR. He’s a #3 WR, and not even a top tier #3 WR. We already have a #3 guy in Renfrow. Not even Jet fans will agree Robby is a #2. 

They're both bigger WR's whose bread and butter is stretching the field. 

Williams last 4 seasons: 195 receptions, 3,091 yards (15.8 avg), 22 TD

Anderson last 4 seasons: 207 receptions, 3,059 yards (14.8 avg), 20 TD 

Williams is 6'4" 205 and ran a 4.42 while Anderson is 6'3" 190 and ran a 4.38. They're extremely similar players. 

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2 hours ago, NYRaider said:

They're both bigger WR's whose bread and butter is stretching the field. 

Williams last 4 seasons: 195 receptions, 3,091 yards (15.8 avg), 22 TD

Anderson last 4 seasons: 207 receptions, 3,059 yards (14.8 avg), 20 TD 

Williams is 6'4" 205 and ran a 4.42 while Anderson is 6'3" 190 and ran a 4.38. They're extremely similar players. 

They are similar, but Tyrell does have the 1.1k season under his belt and is very talented when healthy. He's also already in house so no need to try to fish Anderson out of the market. 

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5 hours ago, drfrey13 said:

Just a quickie while the kids and wife are gone.

Main Cuts:

Whitehead and Jackson:  I think we can replace both with rookies and we have to many holes with to much $ locked into the o-line.  Time to get younger and cheaper on the O-line.  If I was going to spend $10 million on another guard I would rather sign Sherff anyways.

At the right price FA re-signings:  I would be hesitant to pay more.

Worley - 4 yr $24 M

Joseph - 4 yr $22 M

Good - 3 yr $12 M

Mayowa - 2 yr $10 M

Jordan - 2 yr $10 M

Morrow - 2 yr $5 M

FA Signings:

Emmanuel Sanders 2yr $20 M - Some people wanted Green but I am going a different route with an old WR.

Danny Trevathan 3 yr $22.5 M - I have wanted to sign him for a while.  He appeared to be one of the few Bears players that did not quit mid season before he got hurt.

Carlos Hyde 3 yr $10 M - Would be a good #2 back and runs hard.  I would take Crowell back also.

Arik Armstead 5 yr $85 M - Building a dominant D-line.

James Bradberry 4 yr $45 M - With Rivera gone Bradberry hits the market.  Not elite but a good CB opposite Mullen.

 

12: R1P12

DL DERRICK BROWN

AUBURN

 

19: R1P19

LB KENNETH MURRAY

OKLAHOMA

 

80: R3P16

LB JORDYN BROOKS

TEXAS TECH

 

81: R3P17

DEONTE BROWN

ALABAMA

 

92: R3P28

WR JUSTIN JEFFERSON

LSU

 

118: R4P15

CB DAMON ARNETTE

OHIO STATE

 

QB

Carr Kizer    
RB Jacobs Hyde    
FB Ingold      
WR Williams Jefferson Jones Ateman
TE Waller Moreau Carrier  
LT Miller Parker    
LG Incognito      
C Hudson James    
RG Brown Good    
RT Brown Sharpe    
WR Sanders Renfrow Gafford  
         
DE Armstead Ferrell Jordan  
DT Hankins Hall    
DT Brown Hurst    
DE Crosby Mayowa Key  
WLB Brooks Morrow    
MLB Trevathan    
SLB Murray Lee    
CB Bradberry Worley Nixon  
S Abram Joyner    
S Joseph Harris    
CB Mullen Johnson Arnette  

Cap would be tight but this is a solid team without any glaring holes.  My only issue is starting 2 rookies LBers but they are still better than what we had last year and Lee and Morrow are there to push them or takeover.  That D-line is beefy and can still get after the QB.

I like Brooks at MLB and the Bradberry signing I have both coming in my mock

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