So it begins. In a desperate attempt to save his job, Pace is being allowed to backload contracts to sign players for 2020. Expect a few draft picks from 2021 and 2022 to also be traded for 2020.
What a shit organization. Our next GM is going to end up short draft picks and cap space next year...
I don’t know what’s funnier, thinking guys placed on injured reserve with a few weeks left is as bad as missing them the entire season, or thinking that is an extensive list of injuries in week 17.
You might want to take a look around the NFL, or just try to remember the Bears before 2018 to...
All the more reason we head towards 4-12 next season. This years team was very fortunate to end up 8-8.
Paying $20 million for a QB we known sucks like Dalton or Newton is the ultimate loser move. At best you get a minor upgrade from Trubisky for a huge cost and at worst they get hurt or end up as bad Trubisky.
This team needs to start rebuilding.
We had a lot of luck in our wins (playing backups, bad calls going our way) while we usually looked awful in our losses and deserved to lose. Combine that with no picks, no money, and the improbability of the team being this healthy again and the Bears will regress significantly.
Even against difficult circumstances on the road and knowing we could not make the playoffs, we beat a team that was 6-1 at home in their house. Even down late we kept fighting and pulled it out. This team believes in Nagy, we can all see it.
Great job boys on giving us one last heart stopping...
The Bears have had near perfect health on offense this season. Changing that alone will make the offense worse.
To say nothing of the massive falloff we will have on defense and special teams next season.