All of this is hypothetical, of course. For all we know, the Bears are on their way to a 10-6 season. They have proven to be able to beat just about anybody at any level, though it hasn't been pretty. I think we have a shot at winning the division, and if that's the case, it's back to the draft drawing boards.
First off i think they will let go of Tommie regardless of what happens up stairs. But i think that would be stupid, also NONE of the free agents you put up will be here in Chicago. Even if lovey and angelo go we still have a cheap owner who gets cheap mediocre players because she knows the fan base will always be there. I think she and her staff are a big problem. Also what about linebackers Urlacher is getting up there and briggs is almost rite behind him.You think the back ups on your depth chart could step in HELL NO. But i could see the owners not doing anything and calling it a rebuilding year and trading down they should NOT trade down for a late 1st and 3rd round we need the best players we can get rite now. The past years they were always trading down in the 1st round and picking up busts with they're 1st picks. But you get props for your effort with the mock draft and all and its a real nice fairy-tale too!!!
Sorry but i had to touch on the coaching situation if there happens to be one. WE NEED BILL COWHER or jim harbough. I want to see a 3-4 defense with our biggest player at nose probably toaeina, put tommie on the right or left defensive end spot, but im not sure about peppers probably be wise to make him rolb while moving briggs inside with urlacher. Then you got pisa for lolb and corey wooton for the other defensive end spot. It would make the secondary look alot better!!!
Little Bear's realistic Chicago Bears Offseason [In Details]
Originally Posted by WindyCity
That may very well be.
GM: Jerry Angelo
HC: Bill Cowher or Dave Toub [Bears] or Jeff Fisher [Titans] or Jim Harbaugh [Stanford]
C Olin Kreutz
CB Joshua Moore
DE Barry Turner
DT Tommie Harris (trade)
LB Brian Iwuh
LB Rod Wilson
LB Hunter Hillenmeyer
QB Todd Collins
RB Garrett Wolfe
TE Kellen Davis (trade)
TE Brandon Manumaleuna
WR Rashied Davis
QB Donovan McNabb [Washington Redskins]
QB Juice Williams [Homeless]
WR Demetrius Williams [Homeless]
C/OG Nick Cole [Philadelphia Eagles]
OG/OT Ray Willis [Seattle Seahawks]
OG/OT Charlie Johnson [Indianapolis Colts]
LB Barrett Ruud [Tampa Bay Buccaneers]
S Dawan Landry [Baltimore Ravens]
- Trade TE Kellen Davis to the Pittsburgh Steelers (6th or 7th round pick).
- Trade for TE Jake O'Connell [Kansas City Chiefs] (6th or 7th round pick).
- Trade for S Kevin payne [St. Louis Rams] (6th or 7th round pick + S Josh Bullocks).
- Trade DT Tommie Harris to the New England Patriots (3rd round pick).
NFL Draft 2011
1st round: C Mike Pouncey [Florida] 6'5'' 320lbs.
2nd round:LB Bruce Carter [North Carolina] 6'3'' 235lbs.
3rd round: OG Andrew Jackson [Fresno State] 6'5'' 295lbs.
3rd round: CB Marcus Gilchrist [Clemson] 6' 190lbs.
4th round: WR Greg Little [North Carolina] 6'3'' 220lbs.
5th round: DE Wayne Daniels [TCU] 6'2'' 250lbs.
6th round: LB Martez Wilson [Illinois] 6'4'' 250lbs.
7th round: DT Derrik Hill [California] 6'2'' 308lbs.
QB: J. Cutler, D. McNabb, C. Hanie
RB: M. Forte, C. Taylor, K. Bell, E. Williams
TE: G. Olsen, J. O'Connell, D. Clark
WR: D. Wiliams, E. Bennett, J. Knox, G. Little, D. Hester, D. Aromashodu
LT: F. Omiyale, C. Williams
LG: C. Williams, L. Louis
C: M. Pouncey, R. Garza
RG: A. Jackson, E. Williams
RT: J. Webb, K. Shaffer
DE: J. Peppers, I. Idonije, C. Wootton, W. Daniels
DT: M. Harrison, M. Toiena, A. Adams, H. Melton, D. Hill
WLB: L. Briggs, M. Wilson
MLB: B. Urlacher, N. Roach
SLB: B. Ruud, B. Carter, P. Tinoisamoa
CB: C. Tillman, Z. Bowman, D.J. Moore, M. Gilchrist
SS: C. Harris, D. Landry, D. Manning
FS: M. Wright, K. Payne, D. Manning
LS: P. Mannelly
K: R. Gould
P: B. Maynard
Agree. Well done, Windy!
Originally Posted by 4th and 26
Last edited by little bear; 11-13-2010 at 10:56 AM.
Funny, I see a lot of you guys putting Ray Willis on your target lists. He was my main target when he was a UFA last season and it turns out he would have been our best OT last year. Now that he's got a bum knee, I'm not so sure he's such a good option. I don't mind some reconstruction surgery on knees these days, but when there is no repairable structural damage and the pain is keeping you off the field, I don't like it.
Also, I don't really see the point in cutting Tommie. It's not like we have killer depth at UT and he costs like 1.5mil per from here on out.
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You know, I haven't thought of that. That's actually a really good idea.
Originally Posted by lklrlolnlilklsox