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5 minutes ago, Harry Chappas said:

Parkey missed too many kicks throughout the season.  He simply is not good at his job and that is why he should be blamed and needs to be replaced. 

Without two high draft picks, the Bears should have some space especially with White coming off the books. 

The defense was good yesterday and the late punt was what cost them at the end.  I think they really missed Eddie Jackson.  Both O'Donnell and the defense get the benefit of the doubt although having 12 on the field and 10 on the field for a play is pretty bush league. 

Trubisky was good at the end and there are definitely signs that the arrow is going up there. 

The cuteness of the 2 pt conversions and those inside shovel passes annoy the hell out of me.

Nagy was great as a first year coach and lets hope he gets better next year.  

How the special teams coach gets a look at a head coaching shot is odd to me as I thought the Bears special teams outside of Parkey were still pretty bad.

 

 

 

This is going to be the challenge for Pace coming up.  With only 4 draft picks and not starting until the end of the third round.  They will probably have limited cap space this off season as well.

The starting team is in place, but how does he add depth.

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1 minute ago, GoSox05 said:

The starting team is in place, but how does he add depth.

 

If I were a betting man, the Bears will have less wins next year than this year and bounce back in 2020.  Getting a first place schedule and just a few draft picks should hurt them a bit.  They were pretty healthy this year too which can easily change next year.

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There are some weird takes in this thread.  Putting blame on  Parkey is lazy?  How?  Having Mack signed to a long term contract is a bad thing?  How?

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2 minutes ago, Rowand44 said:

There are some weird takes in this thread.  Putting blame on  Parkey is lazy?  How?  Having Mack signed to a long term contract is a bad thing?  How?

I know I'm not the only one that blames the patriots for putting themselves in the position so often where their kicker has to bail them out.

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8 minutes ago, Rowand44 said:

There are some weird takes in this thread.  Putting blame on  Parkey is lazy?  How?  Having Mack signed to a long term contract is a bad thing?  How?

I mean, if my team were as bad as current Raiders, I wouldn't want that contract either.  That's really the only argument. 

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53 minutes ago, Rowand44 said:

There are some weird takes in this thread.  Putting blame on  Parkey is lazy?  How?  Having Mack signed to a long term contract is a bad thing?  How?

Welcome to the death of 2018, we are now in the irrational anger state.

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Just now, Heads22 said:

David Montgomery is leaving Iowa State, for any team needing a day 2 RB.

Way to bring it home heads!

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1 minute ago, bmags said:

Way to bring it home heads!

I'm here for the masses.

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I think the Bears will have about $20M to sign their draft picks and fee agents next year the only notable free agents are Massie, Amos and Callahan. 

Looks like a rather quiet off season for the Bears.  Only news will be Fangio.

 

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39 minutes ago, Tony said:

 

This could be the thing that hurts the Bears the most for next year.

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I love Vic as a DC but as a HC this screams Dick LaBeau.  

Also any coach in their right mind takes the Bears DC job and they get a HC job in a year or two if the Bears D stays healthy. 

 

 

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55 minutes ago, ptatc said:

This could be the thing that hurts the Bears the most for next year.

Meh.  Todd Bowles is available.  There are a ton of good DC options

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18 minutes ago, Harry Chappas said:

I love Vic as a DC but as a HC this screams Dick LaBeau.  

Also any coach in their right mind takes the Bears DC job and they get a HC job in a year or two if the Bears D stays healthy. 

 

 

I wouldn't count on this.  Hiring a defensive minded head coach is going against the grain in this offensive driven NFL.

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1 hour ago, ptatc said:

This could be the thing that hurts the Bears the most for next year.

I know Ill be in the minority, but I think with the Bears talent on Defense they can find a bunch of good options for DC.

I personally didnt like the how he called the game yesterday. 

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21 minutes ago, AustinIllini said:

Meh.  Todd Bowles is available.  There are a ton of good DC options

They are very good friends as well. But they better hurry if they want him...

 

 

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1 hour ago, Harry Chappas said:

I think the Bears will have about $20M to sign their draft picks and fee agents next year the only notable free agents are Massie, Amos and Callahan. 

Looks like a rather quiet off season for the Bears.  Only news will be Fangio.

 

I love Amos, but to me the priority is: Callahan and Massie. 

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58 minutes ago, Tony said:

He's gone. 

 

I still say no. Allbright says the favorite is Pagano in Denver.

 

3 hours ago, GoSox05 said:

This is going to be the challenge for Pace coming up.  With only 4 draft picks and not starting until the end of the third round.  They will probably have limited cap space this off season as well.

The starting team is in place, but how does he add depth.

The good news is that the Bears needs are CB, OLB, G, RT, SS and RB, which are usually positions drafted in the mid rounds (besides CB). Also good news is that Pace has done an unreal job of finding depth, good or even great players in the mid to late rounds (Amos, Nichols, Howard, Jackson, Cohen) to UDFA's (Tolliver, Callahan). More good news is that even if they lose Callahan and/or Amos, they'll start getting comp picks which is something they haven't gotten in YEARS. Hopefully those Pace trends continue.

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29 minutes ago, Soxbadger said:

I know Ill be in the minority, but I think with the Bears talent on Defense they can find a bunch of good options for DC.

I personally didnt like the how he called the game yesterday. 

I agree  with yesterday's game. But overall he's been good. Having to learn a new defensive scheme while the offense continues to grow would be the issue.

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33 minutes ago, soxfan49 said:

I still say no. Allbright says the favorite is Pagano in Denver.

 

The good news is that the Bears needs are CB, OLB, G, RT, SS and RB, which are usually positions drafted in the mid rounds (besides CB). Also good news is that Pace has done an unreal job of finding depth, good or even great players in the mid to late rounds (Amos, Nichols, Howard, Jackson, Cohen) to UDFA's (Tolliver, Callahan). More good news is that even if they lose Callahan and/or Amos, they'll start getting comp picks which is something they haven't gotten in YEARS. Hopefully those Pace trends continue.

Yeah, the comp picks are nice.  Plus you can trade them now. 

Little bit different to see the Bears getting comp picks and the Packers signing free agents.

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