I guess this isn’t about the stock price of General Motors....
Jay Coachkiller strikes again
I know Jim Harbaugh has been reported to have accepted the job at the University of Michigan, but I would think the Bears job would be a perfect fit for him. Harbaugh was a QB for the Bears under Mike Ditka and he would bring the toughness the team was lacking under Trestman. I think he’s an NFL guy not a college coach anymore. Could this firing of Trestman be timed to get Harbaugh to listen to a job offer from the Bears? I hope so.
AS a Green Bay Packer fan I take great delight in the Bears distress.
Quite frankly, it isn’t Jay Cutler. The Defense was terrible most of the season, and the offensive line play was lacking as well.
The Bears couldn’t sack or pressure with the defensive line they had.
If they dump Cutler today, who would they start, Clausen? They have no options at QB except to do one of three things: Trade Cutler for whatever and play someone just as bad, or draft a rookie and get pretty much the same thing, or 3rd- play him while looking for more QB help and draft help where they need it most- the defense. They need a Safety, a Middle Linebacker, AND a stellar Defensive end. Until they do, dumping Cutler and getting nothing makes no sense at all.
Maybe, they trade Cutler for multiple draft picks. If they can get at least 3 high or midlevel picks- maybe. Other than that, it wouldn’t help IMHO.
When is comes to the “Bears”, the “Vikings” and the CowGirls, I say:
Yesterday’s SuckBowl(battle to not be the NFC North Division worst) was not televised in most areas of the country, even though there was more at stake with more players and coaches fighting to keep their jobs on both teams, than most of the games that were fighting to get a playoff spot or a home field advantage.
No highly touted CFL coach has done anything but fail miserably in the NFL since Bud Grant back in the 70’s.
The Chiefs need to clean house, but it won’t happen.
There are a lot of Bears fans here in Indiana.
I told them firing Lovie Smith was going to be like the Browns firing Marty Schottenheimer.
Three of the seven teams who lost to the Vikings this season fired their coaches today.
Clearly, we aren’t trying hard enough.