Great article on Da Bears defense.

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    Wish I had the answer.
    One thing Garza taught me this year though, It is all good and fun to single out individual players. When it comes to the Conte and Wright or the DL you have to keep in mind exploitation and game planning from the other sidelines. One bad apple might not hurt the orchard but it could spoil your pie.
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    True, Garza all of a sudden looks like he's regained life, and all it took was 4 new players surrounding him ;p
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    I think he played a part in it. I look at Long and see some McClellin in him... sorry. Calculated risks, boom or bust, perhaps he likes high stakes poker? Doesn't mean he isn't good at it because of one bad beat.
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    A-11 I agree, both didn't do much in college, both did a lot at the combine. Both look good on paper but not much on tape said they would be good.
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    Shea might be a bust but he did land Jeffreys in that draft. This year was his first real draft with all his people, it seems that he did pretty good. I do think its time to move Him to LB, or trade him in offseason.

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