I like Colston but we don't have the high octane passing system. I doubt he duplicates his success here as there. I truly believe if Jay gets a bigger receiver(s) it will pay dividends. Also drafting a few wr's as well (w/o Drake).
I can't see Reiff falling past 12. I don't even think throwing in Briggs would vault us up enough to get him. Drafting a cb and signing a vet FA cb would solve some of the depth and consistency issues.
Is there a FA DE other than Avril that would be worthwhile as a starter?
Arguing on the internet is like winning the special olympics, even if you win your still messed up.
This kind of CB play in the Pro-Bowl won't help his cause at all. Maybe he's just not capable of playing outside matching up one on one with WR's. This doesn't mean I don't think we should re-sign him but maybe CB is not his spot. I still think he'd make a good Safety or if we don't keep Tim Jennings he can back DJ Moore up at NB.
Corey Graham, CB, unrestricted: Graham tested the market last year and returned to the Bears. He will no doubt do the same this offseason, as the Pro Bowl special teams standout looks for a spot where he can contribute on defense. But money talks. The Bears better plan to make Graham a sweet offer if they expect him to come back. He displayed an ability to make impact plays during his stint at nickel back, and was supposed to play some safety Christmas night and defend Finley, but the Bears pulled the plug on the idea the Friday before the game. That probably doesn't help the situation from the Bears' standpoint.
The AFC prevailed 59-41 in a game that was less competitive than your typical 7-on-7 training camp session. Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall was named most valuable player with four touchdown receptions, two of them after double moves on Bears cornerback Corey Graham.
I'm getting to that age where a lifetime warranty just doesn't mean as much to me anymore as an afternoon nap.
Honey Badger Don't Care. Honey Badger Don't Give a Shit.