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Jmac

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Defense could be a strength again in 2015

Yesterday, 07:51 PM

The big picture is looking very promising. This secondary will be very good and adding a safety or two will complete that unit. Add another stout DE to compliment C.J and a young talented K.E (along with Alexander and Addison as rotation), and that unit will be back also. They have the DT spots anchored as well as excellent linebackers. So this defense is not far from being a dominant unit once again. With some FA money to spend and another quality draft, things could be very different in 2015. No matter what may happen come next Sunday, the future is bright and I will be looking forward to see what next year brings.

Here we go...Can Panthers keep playoff hopes alive...who wins

20 December 2014 - 11:22 AM

So it's down to this, a must win game at home against the Browns and 'Johnny Football'. Do the cats plant the midget in the BOA turf and dance on his head or do they revert back to their old ways....what you got?

Bears benching Cutler, starting Clausen

17 December 2014 - 06:51 PM

Per Ian Rappaport. The Bears benching their high contract bitchy QB for our boy 'Jimmy'. What ya know!

So if R.R is retained and keeps Shula....it is possible

16 December 2014 - 01:26 PM

Going on the notion that Rivera is back for 2015. He has never shown any inclination to having a problem with Shula as his OC. He did have a problem with Chud's playcalling and did make some vague comments during his final season. He has never taken Shula to task that I know of.
I do believe that Rivera has the say over his staff and D.G may allow him that responsibilty. If RIvera plans on building up the defense and sticking with the conservative offense, then what.
There is no guarantee that the OC will be let go, regardless of what we want.
Cam should be allowed to move on and built a career if this happens. He will never succeed here under this regime if that's the case.

*this goes hand and hand with the contract discussion. Will they pay him if thats the plan they have and will he accept it.

Huddle question: Do they pay Cam next year?

16 December 2014 - 10:20 AM

After the Cutler meltdown and the huge contract he secured, does DG tread carefully with this decision? Cutler's MAIN money is tied into a three year,50 millon plus contract with no signing bonus. The Bears will have a hard time trading him with that contract or cutting him. Kapernick and Dalton have basically one year consecutive deals and make it much easier for a team to get out of.
Cam has stated he does not want that.The three mentioned are not playing their best football. Does DG hold off and try to 'franchise tag' after next year (which he can do twice), or give him the contract he wants? The 'buyers remorse' comment by the Bears OC (and how poorly Cutler has performed), may influence these kind of contracts.

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