Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! I've been a fan since '93, so I can only speak from that point on. With that said, I've got 5: 1) Trading Lance Briggs for the Redskins 6th overall pick in 2007. Why? Because Benson was an attitude problem, and AP was significantly ranked higher than Benson coming out of college. The reason why the trade didn't happen was because JA wanted Rocky McIntosh in return. 2) Not signing Kurt Warner TWICE a) The first time, he had a spiderbite that prevented him from practicing, but I'm gonna go out on a limb and say he would've fared better than an injury decimated Erik Kramer, and Rick Mirer b) The second time, in 2005 we almost had him, but Angelo didn't want competition for Rex Grossman. If you didn't know that already, let that sink in for a minute, and think of how differently 2005 and 2006 could have been. 3) Not drafting Randy Moss because he overslept, instead drafting Curtis Enis 4) JA deciding not to go with Wes Welker because : "Welker had not been asked to go to the scouting combine, so the Bears wanted to interview him, work him out and get a feel for him. Welker still can recall the day. There were meetings with coach Lovie Smith and then-offensive coordinator Terry Shea at Halas Hall. Team officials took him out for a nice dinner. His cell phone went off in the middle of a meeting. The Bears' interest in him was as a punt returner. He had brought back an NCAA record eight punts for touchdowns at Texas Tech. And the thought was the Bears could sign him as a free agent after the draft. But during the draft, the Bears took a cornerback in the fourth round. Turns out that cornerback, Nathan Vasher, also was a punt returner. So they didn't need Welker anymore." And we can all agree that Wes Welker is better than Nathan Vasher 5) Drafting Michael Haynes over Troy Polamalu. Tony Parrish left 2 years before, and we only had ONE good defensive back at the time. Just imagine, we could've had Kurt Warner, Randy Moss, Wes Welker and Troy Polamalu, and most importantly Adrian Peterson, which would be a more than fair trade for Lance Briggs. What are your "missed opportunities" for this franchise?