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Old 11-13-2009, 09:49 AM   #1
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Default Bears need to clean house and start all over again.

1) Head Coach/GM are married to a system that is becoming more ancient every NFL season.(cover 2) Mix that in with the coaching staff's inability to make very few players better while with the Bears and it's looking like a disaster.

2) No discipline or accountability on both sides of the ball. The same stupid penalties/mistakes made week after week. And a major part of that is coaching.

3) Drafting/trading for underachieving defensive lineman every year using 1-3 round picks instead of getting some young offensive lineman to work with. Now have to watch a line in which 2 players are washed up, 1 has no business being in the NFL, another is as soft as a pillow, and the 'best' starter is merely average and that's on a good day.

4) A headcase QB that needs some maturity and a coach that can reach him mentally, because he never looked this bad in Denver. Part of it is that the Bears have little/no talent on offense (as usual) but he continues to make the kind of throws that high schooler wouldn't try. And 90% of the time they end up being picks.

Fire the coaching staff, fire the GM, get rid of most (if not all) of the scouts and blow this thing up now before it starts looking like what the Redskins have gone through for the past few years. Those 2 (Angelo/Smith) are about to go into desperate mode and start overpaying mediocre/want-away players because they have no high draft picks.

I'd rather have someone like Holmgren/Shanahan run the ship because at least they know what an offense looks like. Hire a solid defensive coordinator and this team might look good again in a few seasons. Right now the ship is sunk and there is no reason to watch this franchise go through another 5-7 win campaign next season with a lame duck GM/coach.

But that's what I'm prepared for. Looks like my football-watching Sundays will be free for the next year or so.
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