Category Archives: New York Jets

Bears May Look to Miami as a NFL Draft Trading Partner and Other Points of View.

Bears Will Brinson at CBS Sports rates wide receiver David Terrell as the worst Bears first round draft pick in the last 25 years. I don’t see how he beat out Michael Haynes and Cade McNown but it must have … Continue reading

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Skipping Bayless and Other Points of View

Bears Phil Thompson at the Chicago Tribune notes that there were no Bears evident at Jimmy Clausen‘s wedding. His Twitter background image is one of himself in a Carolina Panther’s uniform. Slow news day. Nate Atkins at chicagofootball.com suggests that … Continue reading

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No, They’re Not Kidding. And Other Points of View.

Bears The Bears re-signed Dante Rosario. Rosario’s value is really on special teams and the Bears probably still need to find a tight end who can block the run. From Rich Campbell at the Chicago Tribune. Hub Arkush at chicagofootball.com … Continue reading

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That Thing That New Head Coaches Bring

Dan Hanzus at nfl.com answers your questions (again): @DanHanzus Which team will have the largest positive difference between 2014 wins and 2015 wins? Largest negative difference? #ATNMailbag — Jack (@johnwalter_) March 16, 2015 “I’m making the Jets (4-12 in ’14) … Continue reading

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Either Enforce the Rules or Don’t Have Them at All

Mike Florio at profootballtalk.com reviews the tampering allegations against the New York Jets in regards to their eventual singing of Darrelle Revis: “The problem arose when [owner Woody] Johnson said publicly on December 29 that the Johnson would ‘love for … Continue reading

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Being of Two Minds and Other Points of View

Bears David Haugh at the Chicago Tribune petty much sums up why Brandon Marshall isn’t a Bear: “The Bears questioned where Marshall’s focus was, or he never would have been dealt. According to [Bears head coach John] Fox‘s football glossary, … Continue reading

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Being Human. And Other Points of View.

Bears I knew the minute I saw the headline that Rick Morrissey at the Chicago Sun-Times had written this. Similar to Hub Arkush, Morrissey’s cynicism can be refreshing when you want someone to write a hard truth. But both tend … Continue reading

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Why Not Both? And Other Points of View

Bears There won’t be any Game Comments for the Jets contest tonight. I’ll have the game on tape but its unlikely that I’ll have time to watch it before tomorrow afternoon. Looking forward to seeing what you all have to … Continue reading

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It Evidently Doesn’t Take Much in the Heat of Summer and Other Points of View

Bears Patrick Finley at the Chicago Sun-Times on the injury to the collar bone of Marquess Wilson: “When Marquess Wilson crashed to the ground Monday, so did the Bears’ best chance of finding a reliable wide receiver alongside two Pro … Continue reading

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The Underdog Hype Machine Revs Up and Other Points of View

Bears John Mullin at CSNChicago.com points out an interesting fact I hadn’t read anywhere else: “The Bears also introduced a second practice to run simultaneously with the regular one, so that twice the number of players are getting live action … Continue reading

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