Category Archives: New York Jets

The Bears Could Afford to Be a Little Less Bland in the Preseason and Other Points of View

Bears Here’s a good point made by cornerback Charles Tillman here. Via the Chicago Tribune:   “On what he will take away from playing a couple of series in this game“‘My wind, tackling. Tackling is always a big deal the … Continue reading

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What Staley Should Have Been and Other Points of View

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune asked 5 personnel men to evaluate the NFC North by position.  The Packers were voted to have the best head coach in Mike McCarthy.  But the scouts had some interesting things to say … Continue reading

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“Money” Does Not Equal “Respect” and Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune on why the Bears moved Henry Melton from defensive end to defensive tackle: “[Defensive coordinator Rod] Marinelli said playing in space didn’t bring out the best in Melton at end as he had … Continue reading

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Will the Bears Show More Zone Blitz with New Defensive End McClellin? And Other Points of View.

Bears Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times on newly drafted tight end Evan Rodriguez: “‘Has he been charged with anything?’ “It’s rarely a good sign when the first question for the general manager after announcing a draft pick is about … Continue reading

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Quick Comments: NFL Draft First Round

Did the Vikings play the Browns?  Hard to tell. Tampa Bay may have been threatening to move into the pick.  Trent Richardson was considered to be the best prospect in the draft by some analysts. Why so many trades?  It’s … Continue reading

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A Little Knee Bending for Bears Offensive Line? And Other Points of View.

Bears Brad Biggs, writing for The National Football Post, on the Bears most recent acquisition: “Devin Thomas has never taken off as a wide receiver in the NFL. “What are the odds he will with the Chicago Bears? That’s hard … Continue reading

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Forte Not Doing Himself Any Favors and Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune reports on the Bears acquisition of running back Michael Bush.  This was a good signing, I think.  You need two good running backs these days.  Bush has good size but moves well and … Continue reading

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Some Grim Thoughts on Mike Tice and Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune on new Bears general manager Phil Emery: “The question now is where Emery, who worked under Angelo, will differ and be an improvement over his predecessor. “’Phil is going to have his own … Continue reading

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Angelo’s Relationship with Ownership May Have Led to His Demise and Other Points of View

Bears John Mullin at CSNChicago.com suggests that there may be an in-house candidate for that passing game coordinator job: “An intriguing figure here is Bears receivers coach Darryl Drake.” “[Drake] has a good relationship with [Mike] Tice, shares a smash-mouth philosophy that … Continue reading

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The Real Fight and Other Points of View

Bears It was a surprise to me when Mike Florio at profootballtalk.com included Lovie Smith in the “Possibly Fired” coaches category. Florio says he wouldn’t be but, to say the least, I’d be shocked. Dan Pompei at The National Football Post … Continue reading

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