Monthly Archives: April 2017

View of Bears First Round Pick Is, As Usual, A Matter of Perspective

  It’s interesting the effect that a different view point can have. I grew up in the suburbs of St. Louis. The neighborhood in St. Charles, Mo. was predominantly white and relatively prosperous. When I left to go to college to … Continue reading

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Bears Mismanagement of the Quarterback Position Very Likely to Continue Tonight and Tomorrow

  Brad Bigs at the Chicago Tribune addresses the possibility that there will be a quarterback available for the Bears in round 2: “I can tell you this: There are plenty of scouts who don’t believe the quarterbacks will free-fall. … Continue reading

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Bears Must Draft a Quarterback at Three Overall

  Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune gives 13 reasons why the Bears will want to draft a quarterback in the first round: If not now, when? The time to invest a first-round draft pick in a quarterback appears to have … Continue reading

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Message from NFL Personnel Men: Stay Away From Deshone Kizer

  One of the most enjoyable aspects of draft season for me is reading the anonymous quotes from NFL personnel scouts and executives that Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist Bob McGinn collects. There are always a few surprises here. Probably the … Continue reading

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John Fox Is Going Nowhere without Ryan Pace

Dan Durkin at The Athletic answers your questions: @djdurkin Are #Bears going to draft based on 2017 impact needs to save their jobs or more long term foundation? ie, QB in 1st rd or DT/DB? — Double Deuce (@JR4151947) April … Continue reading

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Loggains the Best Indicator that the Bears Did the Right Thing With Hoyer

As John Mullin at CSNChicago.com mulled over the appearance of stability within the Bears organization the other day, he offhandedly threw out this little nugget: “[W]hen the Bears didn’t re-sign Brian Hoyer this offseason, which may not have appeared to be benchmark non-move … Continue reading

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