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  1. You can't avoid busts, drafting is an imperfect science. The Bears have ignored all of these draft concepts repeatedly: - Realize anybody can bust, so don't overpay or fall in love with prospects. Let the draft come to you. - Realize its a numbers game, and continually develop young QBs you think could potentially be a starter. You could find a gem at any part of the draft, but you wont if you never draft any. - Be willing to be wrong. If its not working, move on. These all have one common concept- get yourself as many bites at the apple as you can. Pace did exactly the
  2. Thats the move, and Pace and Nagy hand picked Foles, they ought to have to choke on him. If Wentz thought he was too good to come to Chicago, its a joke to think Carr let alone Watson would agree to a trade here. The franchise has become a leaguewide joke. Thats what happens when theres no leadership from ownership and the lunatics get the keys to the asylum. Why would any QB want to come here when the GM would trade away all the picks that could build a team around you, both tackles suck, and your only weapon at receiver isnt signed? Huge chance everyone gets fired next year and some des
  3. Jim Rome reporting Wentz wants no part of Chicago. Lol. Wentz. Another reason keeping Pace and Nagy hurts this franchise, they are a laughing stock.
  4. Can the Bears cap handle trading for Watson and tagging Robinson? Because if not, why would Watson ever agree to a trade to Houston North?
  5. Disgraceful. Bears from the top down have a tell: everything they tell you is important to them and they value is what they are the most insecure about. And they run from their insecurities rather than address them. Thats the culture and it runs at all levels from George on down.
  6. I would honestly have told Miller to clean out his locker on his way down the tunnel.
  7. Nagy wanted Foles. Thought he could run his system at a high enough level to win a Superbowl. It was, and is, clear that Trubisky isnt consistently good enough to do that, so you roll the dice. Nagy was wrong about Foles, or his system, or both, and he will likely pay for it with his job.
  8. Well, if its the explosive diarrhea it looked like it might have been, whadya gonna do?
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