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View Poll Results: Top 10 Bears of 2013- #6

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  • QB Josh McCown

    2 18.18%
  • OC Roberto Garza

    1 9.09%
  • TE Martellus Bennett

    0 0%
  • LB Lance Briggs

    0 0%
  • CB Tim Jennings

    6 54.55%
  • Other

    2 18.18%
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  1. #1
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    Top 10 Bears of 2013- #6

    1. RB Matt Forte
    2. WR Brandon Marshall
    3a. OG Matt Slauson
    3b. WR Alshon Jeffery
    5. QB Jay Cutler

  2. #2
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    I've got Garza who was solid to above-average last season. It is amazing; put competent players around Garza and he is still a viable, solid option as a starter at OC.

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    Jennings was the only not-awful part of our defense all year.

    #VoteRizzo... or else

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    I'm going Robbie here. He put up pretty much career numbers (save for having a blocked XP) across the board.
    How I Feel reading Cliff Stein's Contracts:



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    Jennings. I've really liked what he's done as a Bear since day one. I thought he had another excellent season.

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    Top 10 Bears of 2013- #6

    I like to say Robbie, but a kicker at #6 seams wrong.

    TJ

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    Jennings.

    Anyone know where Long graded out? Seemed to do well based on the eye-test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smiddy012 View Post
    Jennings.

    Anyone know where Long graded out? Seemed to do well based on the eye-test.
    Long was pretty good for a rookie, but still a -3.3 :

    What I will say is, I'm incredibly excited for him next year. He had a lot of hit or miss games, so if he can just play consistently, the potential is there.

    He had 5 games where he put up grades of +1.5 (2 of them above 3.0, his best game coming against Dallas with a +4.0) or more, but he also had 5 games with -1.5, so if he puts it all together next year he could be sick.
    Last edited by La_bibbers; 01-19-2014 at 11:23 PM.

    #VoteRizzo... or else

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    McCown. He played great in his short stint...

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    I took Jennings he had a good year all things considered. His coverage with the lack of d line pressure was pretty impressive. Hopefully with an upgraded defensive line he'll start becoming one of the better CBs in the NFL if he isn't all ready there what he did vs guys like Gordon was nothing less than a pro bowl caliber corner.

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    Top 10 Bears of 2013- #6

    Mccown

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