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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by Henry Burris, Aug 2, 2013.
Absolutely love this.
Great find Halpy.
Plot twist...the monster in the closet was Jamarcus Webb, and Melton just obliterated him.
Aw that was tremendous. Now every kid in Chicagoland is gonna want Henry Melton under his bed! LOL
Nice find Henry!
Saw that on TV last night. Sweet! Good marketing strategy too.
Unfortunately, he left the carcass in the closet. It came back to life, and it's now on the practice field performing even worse than before...
The only way it could've gotten better is if a scary voice mumbling something about a "discount double check" was coming from the closet.
Did anyone think that Webb still wasn't gonna have some issues playing RT? Hell when he played there his rookie year he graded out as the worst RT in the NFL. Other than changing his menu preference from the Taco Bell Dollar Menu to Big Macs and Double Cheeseburgers from Mickey D's I didn't expect anything different which is why I thought we should have kept Carimi around to compete for the RT spot and not Scott.
Ah well that's water over the dam and as for Webb he's playing for a new deal so either he will or he won't finally mature into a decently consistent OT this year and if not next year at this time these posts will be ancient history. Well almost. There's no questioning his athletic ability for a big man but there's a lot to question about his football intelligence and his focus and concentration on the task at hand. Now add to that the fact that he's kind of a lazy goofball that has a T-Shirt franchise of his own and that's the guys who's protecting Cutler's front side.
He's a goofy dude, who just likes to play on twitter a little more than M. Bennett, AKA the Black Unicorn, AKA the guy who only had one really good year. Where you see him being a goofball for starting his own t-shirt franchise, someone else could see it as a guy who's trying to expand his sources of income.
Jocko don't ever change that avatar . That's my dreamgirl .