Category Archives: Baltimore Ravens

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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Do the Bears Regret Trading Greg Olsen? And Other Points of View.

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times thinks it might be best for the Bears if offensive coordinator Mike Tice didn’t get the Raiders head coaching job: “Despite what he said immediately after the season, Smith probably wouldn’t be too … 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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Jerry Angelo Needs to Be the “Manager”

The Peter Principle states that “in a hierarchy every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence”, meaning that employees tend to be promoted until they reach a position at which they cannot work competently. The problem with climbing … Continue reading

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The Significance of “Scheme Versatility” and Other Points of View

Bears ESPN‘s Mel Kiper rates the Bears draft: “Top needs: OL, DT, CB, OLB “Summary: The top needs I saw for the Bears were on the offensive line and along the defensive interior, where they’ve had some recent attrition. [Gabe] Carimi … 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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Many Prospects Connected to Bears “Overrated” and Other Points of View

Bears For those keeping track the Bears have either worked out or are scheduled to work out Chris Conte (safety, California, via Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune), Willie Smith (offensive line, East Carolina, via Biggs), Steven Friday (defensive end, Virginia … Continue reading

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Mike Singletary is a Parent Who Knows How to Do It and Other Points of View

Bears Chicago Tribune columnist Dan Pompei conducted a wide ranging interview with Bears president Ted Phillips.  Phillips told him that the team expects to be able to spend money on free agents when the labor stoppage ends.  We’ll see if … Continue reading

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Twitter, Twitter and More Twitter and Other Points of View

Bears Fred Mitchell and David Kaplan at the Chicago Tribune overheard this: “‘Times have changed since I played. … Abe Gibron (former coach) and I used to argue when I was nearing the end of my career and I was … Continue reading

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PTI Word on Potential Obama Super Bowl and Other Points of View

Bears Having just watch ESPN’s NFL Matchup show, I’m glad Michael David Smith at profootballtalk.com took the time to note down some of the interesting and unique analysis of the Bears-Packers game by Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge.  You can find … Continue reading

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