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  1. #1006
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    The Bears aren't going to give Jay $100million.

    Why would we waste a draft pick on a young, unproven QB when we know what we're going to get out of Jay? And now that we have a Jay-BMarsh connection, why would we disrupt that?

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    Also, it's not easy to stay healthy behind our Oline.

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    Would anyone be surprised if the Bears bring back Webb as the starting LT?
    You may think you know but you're horribly blind...

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    No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDBearsFan View Post
    Posted it in the game thread but it might actually be better in here. I doubt the Bears get rid of Cutler, but negotiations might get interesting...
    Thats such a ridiculous quote that its not even funny.

    Jay isn't injury prone. He missed 1 game due to a concussion and 4(?) due to a broken thumb. Its not like the broken thumb is a recurrent issue.

    Not to mention, RG3, the guy he compares Cutler to, missed just as many games as Jay this season. And its not like you can easily draft a franchise QB when you're not picking in the top 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BowDown View Post
    Would anyone be surprised if the Bears bring back Webb as the starting LT?
    Nope. I can so see them saying he has made progress

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    I just realized that both Bowe and Albert are Free Agents for KC next year. Given how bad that team is, I don't see anybody wanting to resign there and they might only be able to franchise Bowe.

    Edit: Come to think of it, they're more likely to franchise Albert than Bowe given Bowe's injury and the fact that he was already franchised last year
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    I think Jay will get a 3 year extension after this season.

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    I project a 4 yr 52 million extension for Jay.

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    Fred Davis, perfect TE for you guys. Dont know how good of a blocker he is, but that is why you have Spaeth.

    Cribbs, perfect speedy WR. Can line up inside and outside. Perfect complementary WR to free safety help off of Marshall. DO NOT SAY CRIBBS IS THE SAME AS HESTER.

    Jake Long, will protect Cutlers blind side, and will make the ENTIRE line better, because you wont have to worry about Helping out Webb. Dont know how expensive he will be.

    I am making these assumptions without knowing current players contracts coming off the books, cap space, etc.
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    Isn't Davis coming off of an Achilles injury? I don't know...

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    Davis tore his Achilles, cribs isn't a very good wide out, and long hurt his shoulder

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    Quote Originally Posted by sager729 View Post
    Here is what I think about the Bears' offensive line moving into next year.

    LT- Have to get one of Branden Albert, Jake Long or Andre Smith. J'Marcus is just not good enough to start. I would keep Webb as a swing tackle just because he should be cheap and does have expirience.

    LG- I hope Brown plays the rest of the season, I think he can become the starter and stick for a long time. He has the strength and size, just needs to work on his technique a little bit.

    C- Here is where things get interesting for me. I would take Garza back for one more year and be fine with it. But a huge part of me wants to see Barrett Jones be the pick in the first round this year. He could fit right in and become the starter for the next 10 years.

    RG- Hopefully Louis is brought back and recovers from his surgery. He should be able to and won't break the bank. Was the Bears' best offensive lineman this year.

    RT- Carimi needs to be moved back to RT and given another chance. He has to bulk up some, he seems so small now. He needs strength big time.

    Backups- I would keep Webb as my swing tackle and Jonathan Scott as the emergency tackle. Edwin Williams is a decent enough backup. Just need to let Spencer walk and sign another player.

    If the Bears pick Jones in the first round, they can cut Garza and save just over $2M.

    So basically, this is the line that could be there for the Bears next season.

    Albert/Long/A. Smith, Webb, Scott
    Brown/E. Williams
    Jones/Garza, E. Williams, FA
    Louis, FA, E. Williams
    Carimi, Webb, Scott

    Obviously they could do more to upgrade it, but they have so many other holes to fill.
    I like this. I was thinking the same thing.

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    Scenario for you guys....

    1. Bears do not make the playoffs or are 1 and done as a wildcard
    2. lovie gets fired
    3. Urlacher doesnt come back

    Would you consider either trading or letting Peppers go?

    If you consider Hester, Urlacher, and possibly Peppers cap hits off the books, that is a **** ton of money they can spend in the offseason.

    They would be able to afford the following...

    Sign Jake Long (Peppers money)
    Sign Jared Cook (Quality TE should come cheaply imo)
    Sign Danny Amendola (a true slot receiver and punt returner)
    Sign Ryan Lilja (Veteran G who should come at a decent price)

    With these additions, the offense is completely revamped and could carry this team next season. In the mean time, you rebuild the Defense around McClellin, Melton, Wooten, Briggs, and the entire secondary.

    I think this is realistic and if it means the Bears have to give up Peppers, Urlacher, and Hester..... Id do it in a heartbeat for a solid line, a good TE, and a receiving core that consists of Marshall, Jeffrey, and Amendola.


    And lastly, imagine Sean Payton Head Coaching this team....
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