50 Bears rookies arrived at Halas Hall today!

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  1. JustAnotherBearsFan99

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    Emery is bringing 'em in by the bus load.

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    Quarterback David Fales chats with safety Brock Vereen while waiting to be fitted for equipment.


     
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    Last Fall I could have sworn I saw Phil Emery at one of the youth football games. Could be puting together his board for the 2025 draft.

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    I really like the #7 kid, maybe Emery is looking for Cutlers replacement when the time comes.
     
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    Got J. Webb on the side line there

    And I'm pretty sure they're running Mel Tucker's defense there
     
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    I like the kid in the 3 pt stance yet. I can see the scouting report.

    Great motor, does not anticipate the snap count well needs to improve his anticipation.....
     
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    Tucker honing his defensive strategies.
     
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    Why? Because the QB is running for the first down and the defense looks confused and doesn't know what to do?
     
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    Oh, so these are all third stringers on defense? Yeah, I give em some slack for the big play if that's the case. I know how hard it is to play without your key defensive players. He must be restricted to someone elses playbook as well. poor coach.
     
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    Life's a bitch, then you die. In the meantime it seems that people continue to have to meet expectations. I know I have to hit certain metrics and they don't want to hear about why the people that work for me couldn't get it done on account of they work for me. So I am expected to fix it or find others to work for me that can do it.
    If not, they replace me. Maybe I live in an alternate universe but my management wants results period.
     
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    So if you brought in two interns with no experience to run two of the very important jobs after around 5 of your 11 employees under you were lost for the year due to illness and if your quota or whatever metric it is you're judged by dipped. Oh forgot to mention you lost your employee of the year from the last year who'll be in the HoF of employees and who was loved and adored by his co-workers, essentially he helped with your job by how well versed he was in the job. And your second best employee proceeded to sit there and suck his thumb all year. If the metric which you use to judge your performance dipped.. and all of that happened.. you think you'd be canned after that year? Or, do you think. Wait, hold on a minute houston entertain this for a second. You think they might give you a clean slate since it was bullshit what happened last year and no one could have ran your firm with any semblance of what it used to be? Oh, and of course you're restricted to a managing plan that you yourself didn't come up with and don't feel super comfortable using. You have to use your predecessors, the guy who was fired before you. Sounds fair?

    Name me one team that can go through what we did last year and look good. Name one team for me houston. Top three DT's. Top DE falling off. Second best DE playing at DT and a guy better suited for linebacker by the look of it playing the other DE spot and this is with a defense that is built around pressure with the front four. Then losing your top corner, top 2-3 linebackers and having rookies come in to replace them. Not to mention the talent drop off from starters being horrific. You're going from starting quality players to ST players. Name me a team that can handle that and I'll laugh because you're full of it. We were pulling guys off the street to try to play. I'm not saying he's the best coach around, but to use last year against him in any way is borderline mental issues. I'm not saying he'll be a HC next season, but anyone who doesn't give last season a wash, in my opinion, didn't watch the season.
     
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