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MikeDitkaPolishSausage

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Sounds like Dalton is looking pretty good so far, and might have a bit more anticipation in his throws than the Rook.
If true, I’m glad to hear Dalton is doing good so far. I’ve been on the start Fields train if he’s 100% ready, but want to hear that Dalton is playing well too.
 
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Rob Noxious

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The way I look at the QB competition it this:
If Andy wins the job, I support him, maybe we can win while Fields learns.
If Fields wins and he starts, it will be exciting to watch and Dalton is a capable backup.
Either way, we as Bears fans are in a good place.
 

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The way I look at the QB competition it this:
If Andy wins the job, I support him, maybe we can win while Fields learns.
If Fields wins and he starts, it will be exciting to watch and Dalton is a capable backup.
Either way, we as Bears fans are in a good place.
I'd say better place. I'm optimistic but it's not good until it is.
 
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Quinn has been getting paid for a long time and producing fairly well throughout. I think his issue is more he doesn't produce as well on natural grass or out of the 3-4 unfortunately Pace ignored those things.

It’s not just the turf necessarily. Most of Quinn’s turf games have been home games, where you get a head start on the OT due to the silent snap count delay. The tackle has to wait for the interior line to move before he can. This is huge for a pure speed rusher. A live crowd should improve Quinn’s production.
 

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Sounds like Dalton is looking pretty good so far, and might have a bit more anticipation in his throws than the Rook.
At this point I think that is to be expected. Dalton has never been a star, but he can get the job done.

And Dalton has a lot less to learn when it comes to picking up an NFL offense. Been there many times.
 

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