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  1. #2371
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    LOL at everyone reading into one/two words on the post. I am not saying its a problem for the team, I am just in my head trying to figure out where i think relatively realistic goals are for every skill position on this team in terms of receiving. I would not say any of those numbers are extremly high (although kevin white I supose is high but if healthy 500 isnt like a milestone), in fact, i think many are lower than could be expected.

    The issue I am having is in myself, and i suppose some of your other fans (homers) dont seem to get that 4000 yards is extremely high, considering neither Wentz nor Goff did so in their sophmore years. In fact only 8 QBs broke 4000 yards last season. (so I disagree with whoever stated under 4000 would be a disapointement LOL)

    So back to the point, Are those numbers off or is it reasonable to think that this offense has nearly 4000+ passing yards with a 2nd year QB. (which likely puts him in top 10 QB talks) I feel like as a realist I feel crazy for making that assesment that we will have a 4000+ yard QB But at the same time I am not sure I can see any of these guys strugling heavily.
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    We get it Kyben, you have major issues. No need to explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyben36 View Post
    LOL at everyone reading into one/two words on the post. I am not saying its a problem for the team, I am just in my head trying to figure out where i think relatively realistic goals are for every skill position on this team in terms of receiving. I would not say any of those numbers are extremly high (although kevin white I supose is high but if healthy 500 isnt like a milestone), in fact, i think many are lower than could be expected.

    The issue I am having is in myself, and i suppose some of your other fans (homers) dont seem to get that 4000 yards is extremely high, considering neither Wentz nor Goff did so in their sophmore years. In fact only 8 QBs broke 4000 yards last season. (so I disagree with whoever stated under 4000 would be a disapointement LOL)

    So back to the point, Are those numbers off or is it reasonable to think that this offense has nearly 4000+ passing yards with a 2nd year QB. (which likely puts him in top 10 QB talks) I feel like as a realist I feel crazy for making that assesment that we will have a 4000+ yard QB But at the same time I am not sure I can see any of these guys strugling heavily.
    Both Goff and Wentz would have passed 4K yards if they played 16 games. Rodgers, Garrapolo, Watson also could have gone over with playing time....Thereís nothing special about 4K yards anymore as it has become a passing league. Sorry, maybe saying ďdisappointmentĒ was wrong, but every year it seems like there is 10-15 guys that do it. Itís not an impressive stat in my eyes.

    So no, I donít think itís crazy to expect Mitch to throw for 4K yards, but that doesnít make him a top 10 QB.

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    Yeah the point of this offense is to spread the ball around, keep the defense off balance. I never expected anyone to see a Brandon Marshall share of the passing game, nor do I think you have to have that much volume to be productive. As long as the offense is in fact producing and the Bears are winning games, no one is going to complain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stunner View Post
    It cannot be overstated how hard that guy works and trains. He has a starvation for greatness and will not be denied. Can't wait to see him suit up.


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    Absolutely love Miller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KG2TB View Post
    Absolutely love Miller.
    His style of play but just screams fan favorite. 1000 yard receiver by the end of year 2 is my guess

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    https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2018/6...roups-breakout
    Bears Secondary

    Most of the hype around the Bearsí eventful offseason has focused on the teamís new head coach, Matt Nagy, its offensive skill-position reboot (headlined by the signing of Allen Robinson), and the potential growth of second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. But donít lose sight of what the team did to keep its burgeoning secondary intact.

    After slapping him with a transition tag, the Bears signed breakout star Kyle Fuller to a four-year, $56 million extension; heís expected to remain the teamís shutdown corner after breaking up*22 passes*(third in the NFL) and picking off two balls while allowing an opposing passer rating of just 69.0 (14th) in 2017, per PFF. The Bears also re-signed veteran starter Prince Amukamara*to a three-year, $27 million deal*and then retained slot corner Bryce Callahan with a restricted-free-agent tender. That trio is set to play alongside*one of Pro Football Focusís top-rated safeties*in Adrian Amos and Eddie Jackson, who flashed as a rookie, registering two picks and six passes defensed last year.

    The Bears are going to need to get more from their pass rush next year, and the teamís defensive backs will simply have to make more plays on the ball after intercepting just eight passes all of last year (tied for 29th). But Chicagoís unheralded secondary unit looks poised for more recognition in 2018.
    Not much going on here lately. Good, quick read about the Bears secondary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stunner View Post
    Wow. Dedicated young guys are always great to see. Miller will help Mitch out for sure. Cannot wait for season to begin. 'Only' 3 months until regular season

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    Anyone see the Packers LB coach interview. Wow i can't imagine having a coach that pissy

    https://twitter.com/BobbyBeltTX/status/1007066086460796929

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stunner View Post
    Yeah saw this yesterday they look pretty good. Excited they are back.


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    Trubisky thrived with Switzer at UNC. Anthony Miller is going to be that guy for him and he's quite the upgrade to Switzer. WR's like him are a QB's best friend. I would not be surprised if Miller out played Allen Robinson and I'd be willing to bet he leads our team in Receptions and Yards.

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