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This team has a bloated sense of itself and it starts with the GM. Last year you won 10 close games, ones that could go either way. This GM looked at 13 wins and thought to himself "man we are close, all we need is one player to take us to the promise land" all the while forgetting why and how you win close games.

Field position and turnovers are critical variables in winning those games. Punter and kickoff's are extremely undervalued in this league and now all you homers see it. This bloated GM decided that this team was better than reality so he can just throw away a probowl punter and trade an entire draft for a position that historically does not change games. You trade 5 picks for a QB, not a WR.

Yes, this bloated GM who wants to be like the Patriots forgot the very thing that makes the Patriots so good. The Patriots would never trade 5 picks for a WR full well knowing the depth in the secondary is thin, the OL is soft, and special teams will be a work in progress. He took for granted the small things that help you win games. He actually thought this team would go through another season without injuries. If you hear this GM in interviews you tell his bloated sense of self and this team, it's evident. This starts from him and now trickled down to the players. Yes, they are the classic example of thinking you're better than reality.

Some will pimp that he's won the executive of the year 2 years in a row but what does that really mean in the grand scheme of things? Do the Bears or any other team give a rats arse about that and does it translate to anything other than a good paper weight in his office?

When this team's cap space is maxed and roster is filled with tremendous needs all over the place whom do you blame?

The Bears game was a blowout, the Eagles game should have been a blowout, and the Bucs game should have been a blowout. This team is in meltdown mode.

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This team has a bloated sense of itself and it starts with the GM. Last year you won 10 close games, ones that could go either way. This GM looked at 13 wins and thought to himself "man we are close, all we need is one player to take us to the promise land" all the while forgetting why and how you win close games.

Field position and turnovers are critical variables in winning those games. Punter and kickoff's are extremely undervalued in this league and now all you homers see it. This bloated GM decided that this team was better than reality so he can just throw away a probowl punter and trade an entire draft for a position that historically does not change games. You trade 5 picks for a QB, not a WR.

Yes, this bloated GM who wants to be like the Patriots forgot the very thing that makes the Patriots so good. The Patriots would never trade 5 picks for a WR full well knowing the depth in the secondary is thin, the OL is soft, and special teams will be a work in progress. He took for granted the small things that help you win games. He actually thought this team would go through another season without injuries. If you hear this GM in interviews you tell his bloated sense of self and this team, it's evident. This starts from him and now trickled down to the players. Yes, they are the classic example of thinking you're better than reality.

Some will pimp that he's won the executive of the year 2 years in a row but what does that really mean in the grand scheme of things? Do the Bears or any other team give a rats arse about that and does it translate to anything other than a good paper weight in his office?

When this team's cap space is maxed and roster is filled with tremendous needs all over the place whom do you blame?

The Bears game was a blowout, the Eagles game should have been a blowout, and the Bucs game should have been a blowout. This team is in meltdown mode.

You are exactly correct in winning 10 close games last year and this team is not champion material. The facts are starting to show. as Joe Friday would say just the facts mam just the facts. Nothing more needs to be said.LOL

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