1. RB Matt Forte
2. WR Brandon Marshall
3a. OG Matt Slauson
3b. WR Alshon Jeffery
5. QB Jay Cutler
6. CB Tim Jennings
7. QB Josh McCown
TE Martellus Bennett
OC Roberto Garza
OG Kyle Long
DE/DT Corey Wootton
K Robbie Gould
I'm sticking with Bob Gould here. He had pretty much a career year for us.
I understand the argument for Garza, too, FWIW. It's gotta be one of Garza and Gould at this point.
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In going garza.. Not that means anything, but slausen and long both give garza a ton of credit on how they played. Slausen played way over his play in the past and a rookie made the pro bowl.. I know it is BS, but he made it.
The black unicorn for me
Gould was my choice in the last thread
Garza, Gould, Black Uni in that order IMO
Gotta be Fiammetta here.
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Going with Marty here he struggled blocking sure but he really did help Alshon and Brandon a lot this year and I see him continuing to grow as a TE.
Bowman stepped up when we had injurys and played pretty solid and had some nice picks.
Going Boogie Briggs again, people forget how well he was playing at the beginning of the year prior to injury.
You can cover a turd in sugar but in the end you'll still have a turd... Or you'll have a typical Marc Trestman press conference describing his pathetic team.
He led the league in missed tackles
He was missing them when healthy as wellOriginally Posted by WOwolfOL:27884245
Yeah that's what I'm saying.
He really didn't have a great year.