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Bears have lost their last 6 games after the bye. Under may be the way to go here.
Rumors of mack being out for the year flying around this morning.
Rumors were true.
Doubt they would do it. Dalton had a nice game in relief.
I've seen 2 or 3, enough to conclude that while Jackson is exciting as heck, he's not a QB. the guys first instinct is to run, and when he does/must pass, he's not very good at it, sorta flicks the ball down the field.I’ve watched three Ravens games this season - Detroit, Cinn, and the Bears.
I've seen 2 or 3, enough to conclude that while Jackson is exciting as heck, he's not a QB. the guys first instinct is to run, and when he does/must pass, he's not very good at it, sorta flicks the ball down the field.
Harbaugh has designed an offense perfectly suited for him, obviously he isn't a drop back passer who's gonna sling it all over the field, but saying he's not a QB is a dumb commentHis passing has clearly improved over time...not my first choice if I had to pick a QB to win a playoff game but he is obviously a real NFL QB
I heard that comment yesterday. He’s kind or correct - but that is on Pace,Romo getting torn apart for his comments during the game.
Saying the bears had "sneaky good" young players on offense....better than their record...praising pace
1 million per game to speak nonsense like that
Well, Fields is playing and has been almost the whole year, how's that working out so far?An “overwhelming number” of Chicago Bears players want head coach Matt Nagy fired according to NFL insider Jordan Schultz.
Schultz co-hosts the Playoff Pod with Bears’ top wide receiver Allen Robinson, so he’s got a direct connection to the team. He took to Twitter on November 22 to reveal that Nagy has lost the team. “He lost some of the locker room last season, but now it’s gone,” Schultz tweeted.
Schultz told co-hosts Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel his report is accurate, and that Nagy started losing the locker room last year after the Bears lost to the Detroit Lions for the first time since 2017. Schultz revealed the Bears coach further distanced himself from the team early on this season, when he elected to start veteran quarterback Andy Dalton over a rookie first-round draft pick Justin Fields.
“It started at the beginning of the year when he named Dalton the starter,” Schultz told Parkins.
Now, in the throes of a five-game losing streak, Bears players — most of the team, according to Schultz — want Nagy gone. As he also noted in his tweet, firing a head coach before the regular season concludes isn’t something the Bears have done since the team was founded in 1920.