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View Poll Results: Top 10 Bears of 2013- #7

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  • QB Josh McCown

    4 33.33%
  • TE Martellus Bennett

    4 33.33%
  • OC Roberto Garza

    1 8.33%
  • DE/DT Corey Wootton

    0 0%
  • LB Lance Briggs

    1 8.33%
  • Other

    2 16.67%
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  1. #1
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    Top 10 Bears of 2013- #7

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

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    I picked Garza before so I'll go with him again. My reasoning is the same. He was a solid starter now that he has competent players around him.

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    McCern.. We wouldn't of gone 8-8 without him!!!!



    our future

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    I'm gonna pick Gould here. I was conflicted; I thought about Garza, but we did suck when we needed short yardage and tried to hammer it up the middle.

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    Top 10 Bears of 2013- #7

    What is with you guys and the lack of respect for mccown. Josh for me here

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    I was arguably his biggest supporter, and he only affected a quarter of the season or so. That's why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    I was arguably his biggest supporter, and he only affected a quarter of the season or so. That's why.
    This.


    Bob Gould for me.

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    It Shude b Kyl Longe hi waz a Pro Bolur.


    But if it comes down to next year, Ill be picketing outside of Halas Hall for a new deal, a new contract, because Im not going anyplace.

    -Brandon Marshall


    Chicago Bears Mock Offseason Champion

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    Long will make my ten because I think he's a galvanizing force for the OL

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    Long will make my ten because I think he's a galvanizing force for the OL
    He'll make my top 10 because our individual contributions this year blew.

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    Marcellus Bennett should be an option here imo

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    Bennett is after McCown, his blocking was super disappointing. Hopefully he bounces back in that aspect next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by db75 View Post
    He'll make my top 10 because our individual contributions this year blew.
    Too true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by La_bibbers:27855744
    Bennett is after McCown, his blocking was super disappointing. Hopefully he bounces back in that aspect next year
    I was surprised considering he rated so highly as a blocking TE in NY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blams View Post
    I was surprised considering he rated so highly as a blocking TE in NY.
    It seemed like there was a bigger chance of him being a bust in the passing game than the blocking, it's really shocking that his season went the way it did. It seemed like he was going to be a guy who at the very least would be a top 5 blocker, and could contribute here and there in the passing game. Complete flip-flop from that. His athleticism and ability to make guys miss was really impressive, and if he can rebound in the blocking game, I think it sets him apart from the rest of the tight ends in the league. Looking forward to next year.

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