Category Archives: New Orleans Saints

It’s the Dan Pompei Show Today and Other Points of View

Bears Things are pretty quiet so I kept this short. Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times quotes Jay Cutler on “Mike Tice‘s” new offense: “‘[Bates] has a really good feel of what I like to do and what I don’t … Continue reading

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Looking Towards a Defensive Draft and Other Ponts of View

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune answers this interesting question: “If Quinton Coples begins to fall in the draft, should Chicago trade up and select him? If so what would it take for the Bears to move up five … 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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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Brandon Marshall Acquisition. And Other Points of View.

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times points out some of the many positives about the Bears trade of two third round draft picks for wide receiver Brandon Marshall: “The Bears were linked to Vincent Jackson, a two-time Pro Bowl … Continue reading

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No One Seems to Knows How Much Cap Space the Bears Actually Have. And Other POints of View.

Bears As most fans know, the Bears will have plenty of cap space available to spend in free agency.  What’s really interesting is tha tno one seems to know how much.  Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times says the Bears … 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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Settle Down, Bear Fans. And Other Points of View

Bears Not much interesting in the Sun-Times today.  Or so I thought.  Walter Payton?  Ancient history.  Cam Newton?  Enough already.  Hellooooo strippers. Glad to see that Marion Barber will be back tomorrow.  He should look like a freight train to … Continue reading

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Lance Briggs Continues to Act As If He Has a Choice And Other Points of View

Bears Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune quotes Bears linebacker Lance Briggs, who wants his contract renegotiated: “On the business side, if the organization and management says that they’re not willing to talk about my deal or willing to deal … Continue reading

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Alex Brown Is Not a Chicago Kind of Guy and Other Points of View

Bears Though its been mentioned, I don’t think enough has been said about just how well the offensive line did on Saturday night.  John Mullin at CSNChicago.com puts some perspective on it: “The grading out was perhaps even higher considering … Continue reading

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