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Originally posted by rockzz:


Just pass along week 1 footage lol.. that being said football is made to be played in the elements..

if Green Bay can do it, quit whining. Buffalo can do it, except when they can't and they move the game to Detroit, another SOFT move

'Soldier Fields' why don't you just put a lid on it
Originally posted by rockzz:


Figures
Originally posted by rockzz:


He not only sucks he's also soft. We dodged a bullet.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by GoreGoreGore:
Originally posted by elguapo:
Even the Bears GM said Fields must improve as a passer.

He also did not rule out picking a qb at #1 in the draft if they were "blown away." Probably trying to drum up interest for a trade but you shouldn't have to if you know multiple teams want a top pick for a qb this year and you are confident about your qb.

Ya that was a weird thing to say.

But it's gonna be really interesting to see what teams are gonna trade down. Bears are gonna have a lot of picks to build a solid team no matter what.

Its what he needed to say.

A. Fields know that he needs to work his ass off, that his starting spot isn't completely locked in

B. If teams want to trade into #1 to get Bryce Young, they better be bringing their A offers to the table.
Exactly. The Bears have to make it seem like they will draft a QB. The value of the pick plummets if everyone knows they are passing on a QB.

Originally posted by Strwy2Hevn:
Originally posted by rockzz:


He not only sucks he's also soft. We dodged a bullet.

Hearing Trey speak, it shouldn't be a surprise as to why the front office loved him.
Well...the dumbass Panthers just GIFTED the bears a bunch of picks and a great WR in DJ Moore for the 1st overall.
[ Edited by TonyStarks on Mar 12, 2023 at 9:03 AM ]
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Well...the dumbass Panthers just GIFTED the bears a bunch of picks and a great WR in DJ Moore for the 1st overall.

It all depends on if the Panthers hit on their QB. If they do it'll be a big win for them.
Originally posted by DRCHOWDER:
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Well...the dumbass Panthers just GIFTED the bears a bunch of picks and a great WR in DJ Moore for the 1st overall.

It all depends on if the Panthers hit on their QB. If they do it'll be a big win for them.

They have a pretty good young defense, but their offense is bad right now. They've traded away their best two weapons by far. OL is not good either.

This was a mistake by them imo.
You guys might be overreacting just a tad, no?

"I hope we" is a far, far cry from "We need to",....but you guys are pretending he said the latter.

How many Bears QBs have lit up the TD department in a season?

Nothing wrong with passer hoping he gets to play in more favorable passing weather as his career goes forward. Doesn't make him soft at all.
[ Edited by random49er on Mar 12, 2023 at 8:08 PM ]
They should pay Olando Brown.

Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Well...the dumbass Panthers just GIFTED the bears a bunch of picks and a great WR in DJ Moore for the 1st overall.

IMO, the Bears didnt get even close to the haul they should have for the #1 overall pick. They got the #9 pick, a late 2nd, next year's 1st, the following year's 2nd and DJ Moore.

For the #3 pick, the Dolphins got the #12 pick, two first rounders and a third rounder......a better haul than what the Bears got for the #1 IMO.

And look at what the Rams got for the #2 pick (RGIII trade)....#6 overall, two 1st rounders and two 2nd rounders.

Based on the history of trading a top 3 pick, I think the Bears didnt get enough.
Originally posted by SteveWallacesHelmet:
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Well...the dumbass Panthers just GIFTED the bears a bunch of picks and a great WR in DJ Moore for the 1st overall.

IMO, the Bears didnt get even close to the haul they should have for the #1 overall pick. They got the #9 pick, a late 2nd, next year's 1st, the following year's 2nd and DJ Moore.

For the #3 pick, the Dolphins got the #12 pick, two first rounders and a third rounder......a better haul than what the Bears got for the #1 IMO.

And look at what the Rams got for the #2 pick (RGIII trade)....#6 overall, two 1st rounders and two 2nd rounders.

Based on the history of trading a top 3 pick, I think the Bears didnt get enough.

CHI openly was saying they will take reasonable offers.. that was GM speak for we want out of this spot; give us something in the ballpark
Originally posted by GoreGoreGore:
Originally posted by DRCHOWDER:
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Well...the dumbass Panthers just GIFTED the bears a bunch of picks and a great WR in DJ Moore for the 1st overall.

It all depends on if the Panthers hit on their QB. If they do it'll be a big win for them.

They have a pretty good young defense, but their offense is bad right now. They've traded away their best two weapons by far. OL is not good either.

This was a mistake by them imo.

I agree, but if somehow if they hit on their franchise qb I think it will be easier for them to find weapons/OL. Time will tell if their QB turns out to be good or not though.
NFL.com named him the most explosive runner in the NFL
below from NFL.com / using Next Gen Stats:

Rank

1

Justin Fields
Chicago Bears · QB

  • Explosive score: 98
  • 10+ yard runs: 33
  • 10+ pct: 20.6%
  • 15+ mph runs: 89 (most in NFL)
  • 15+ mph pct: 55.6%
It's fair to say today's NFL is only going to continue to produce premier runners at the quarterback position.

Lamar Jackson's effectiveness on the ground upon becoming the Ravens' full-time starter wasn't the first instance of a quarterback finding success with his legs, but it was a turning point. In the last two seasons, quarterbacks have topped my rankings, and much like last year's top 10, three quarterbacks made my list this time around.

Fields' 2022 season was visually thrilling. Statistically, it was incredible, especially considering the state of the Bears last year.
[ Edited by 49erFaithful6 on May 30, 2023 at 9:50 AM ]
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
NFL.com named him the most explosive runner in the NFL
below from NFL.com / using Next Gen Stats:

Rank

1

Justin Fields
Chicago Bears · QB

  • Explosive score: 98
  • 10+ yard runs: 33
  • 10+ pct: 20.6%
  • 15+ mph runs: 89 (most in NFL)
  • 15+ mph pct: 55.6%
It's fair to say today's NFL is only going to continue to produce premier runners at the quarterback position.

Lamar Jackson's effectiveness on the ground upon becoming the Ravens' full-time starter wasn't the first instance of a quarterback finding success with his legs, but it was a turning point. In the last two seasons, quarterbacks have topped my rankings, and much like last year's top 10, three quarterbacks made my list this time around.

Fields' 2022 season was visually thrilling. Statistically, it was incredible, especially considering the state of the Bears last year.

Too bad he can't throw accurately, go through his reads and he holds the ball too long. He is a turnover machine. But hey, he's a great running back
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