Category Archives: Houston Texans

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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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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Lovie Smith Apparently Thinks We’re Morons. And Other Points of View.

Bears The Bears hired Jeremy Bates last week as the quarterbacks coach.  Matt Bowen at the Chicago Tribune thinks that just having a guy he is comfortable with in the locker room as his position coach could make a big … Continue reading

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Release of Chris Harris As a Personal Matter and Other Points of View

Bears Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune comments upon the Bears safety situation: “Letting [Chris] Harris go, Lovie Smith and the coaching staff put a lot of faith in a pair of unproven players. [Major] Wright, a third-round draft pick in 2010, has started four career … Continue reading

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Cuts Have Arrived and Gone but Roster Shaping Not Over Yet. And Other Point of View.

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune reports on the cuts over the weekend.  There weren’t any real surprises but one name did stand out:  Andy Fantuz.  Fantuz came from the CFL with a little bit of hype as the … Continue reading

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Will the Bears Players Organize Offseason Workouts? And Other Points of View.

Bears Nolan Nawrocki at Pro Football Weekly gives his comments on the Bears selection of Stephen Paea in the second round: “The Bears cut DT Tommie Harris this offseason and needed to find a three-technique tackle to replace him. They … Continue reading

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Lovie Smith “Favorites” and Other Points of View

Bears Matt Maicco at CSNBayArea.com has researched the last five drafts and ranked the NFL teams in order.  Not surprisingly the Packers were the best and the worst was the Buffalo Bills.  The Bears were middle of the pack at … Continue reading

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Jay Cutler Dazzles with His Usual Rainbows and Sunshine at the Podium And Other Points of View

Bears David Haugh at the Chicago Tribune writes about Jay Cutler‘s attrocious behaviour with the media and, indirectly, the fans.  For those who wonder why the national media will seem to be biased against the Bears: “By now we in Chicago … Continue reading

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Mike Tice Makes Nice and Other News

Bears Packers nickel back Sam Shields insists he’ll play Sunday but he currently can run on a knee which has a mystery injury (via Tom Silverstein and Gary D’Amato of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).  Safety Atari Bigby has been ruled … Continue reading

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