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View Poll Results: How are you feeling about the trades of Sweat & Young
Love it 10 28.57%
Like it 19 54.29%
Hate it 1 2.86%
Indifferent 5 14.29%
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Old 10-31-2023, 04:21 PM   #46
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This is all on ownership, but we need to rebuild.
Rebuild my ass!! All we needed was 2 OT, MLB and better coaching. To give away two of the best DEs is fucking stupid.
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Old 10-31-2023, 04:25 PM   #47
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Rebuild my ass!! All we needed was 2 OT, MLB and better coaching. To give away two of the best DEs is fucking stupid.
You knew this was going to happen if the current regime wasn't successful. I don't understand how you expect things to be the same with new ownership and later on a new front office/coaching staff.

Be ready to say bye to Howell as well, since this to me smells like loading on picks to go up for a QB move.

This team has never, ever, ever, done a clean out like this before. But this needs to happen.

This is why I was rooting for this front office/coaching staff to succeed, but alas, they f*cked it up.
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Old 10-31-2023, 04:29 PM   #48
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You knew this was going to happen if the current regime wasn't successful. I don't understand how you expect things to be the same with new ownership and later on a new front office/coaching staff.

Be ready to say bye to Howell as well, since this to me smells like loading on picks to go up for a QB move.

This team has never, ever, ever, done a clean out like this before. But this needs to happen.

This is why I was rooting for this front office/coaching staff to succeed, but alas, they f*cked it up.
If Howell stays on his his current pace then he's not going anywhere. There's numerous games remaining this season, so he could potentially tail off. As long as he continues to show he can lead this team with better coaching, then he'll stay out.
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Old 10-31-2023, 04:31 PM   #49
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You knew this was going to happen if the current regime wasn't successful. I don't understand how you expect things to be the same with new ownership and later on a new front office/coaching staff.

Be ready to say bye to Howell as well, since this to me smells like loading on picks to go up for a QB move.

This team has never, ever, ever, done a clean out like this before. But this needs to happen.

This is why I was rooting for this front office/coaching staff to succeed, but alas, they f*cked it up.
I could have seen trading one but not both. If they plan on moving for one of the top QBs they are going to have to drop some of their newly acquired picks to move up.
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Old 10-31-2023, 04:32 PM   #50
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Great trade. I'm happy with it. Better than a conditional 3rd rounder. I think we fleeced the Bears in this trade.
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Old 10-31-2023, 04:38 PM   #51
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If Howell stays on his his current pace then he's not going anywhere. There's numerous games remaining this season, so he could potentially tail off. As long as he continues to show he can lead this team with better coaching, then he'll stay out.
There's still a lot of football left this season to see whether Howell is a long term answer.

But I find it hard to see a situation where the team keeps losing and everyone is fired, but somehow a new coaching staff/front office regime is going to bet on Howell?

I'm not saying he's going to be cut or anything like that, but so far my early overreaction is that the ownership is setting up the next front office with enough pick to trade up for a QB.
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Re: Sweat to the Bears for a 2nd rounder

I hope not because they'll need all the picks they can get with FA to fill the damn holes on this Swiss cheese roster 😅😅😅
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Second and third rounders aren't gonna get you a top quarterback. That will take multiple first rounders for years.
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Old 10-31-2023, 05:09 PM   #54
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Second and third rounders aren't gonna get you a top quarterback. That will take multiple first rounders for years.
And as they give away picks for possibly a new QB, then theres less draft picks to fill the holes and paying for FA is not the way to go.
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Old 10-31-2023, 05:16 PM   #55
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Second and third rounders aren't gonna get you a top quarterback. That will take multiple first rounders for years.
No but if you are trading a 2024 and 2025 first round, along with that extra 2nd and 3rd picks, that gives you ammo for a trade package and still allows you to draft in the 2nd and 3rd rounds. Also, this would depend on what our record looks like at the end of the season.
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Old 10-31-2023, 05:16 PM   #56
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Re: Sweat to the Bears for a 2nd rounder

Mock drafts just got even more fun. I can draft 9 offensive lineman now.
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Old 10-31-2023, 05:26 PM   #57
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I like getting rid of CY, but hate that he went to SF where the talent around him will let him take his plays off and still look good especially only getting a late 3rd from them;

I hate getting rid of Sweat and that he is going to a place like Chicago, but I like the trade value and hope the new era starts next season.

Overall I think Toohill showed enough to make a stout line with Allen/Payne. And the picks do give more room to improve our OL/LB corps
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Old 10-31-2023, 09:11 PM   #58
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Re: Sweat to the Bears for a 2nd rounder

https://riggosrag.com/posts/ron-rive...de-chase-young

RR is being marginalised? Ownership making the decisions? If this is correct, I can't see the point keeping Ron, as he's going to lose the locker room if he hasn't already.
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Re: Sweat to the Bears for a 2nd rounder

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I like getting rid of CY, but hate that he went to SF where the talent around him will let him take his plays off and still look good especially only getting a late 3rd from them;

I hate getting rid of Sweat and that he is going to a place like Chicago, but I like the trade value and hope the new era starts next season.

Overall I think Toohill showed enough to make a stout line with Allen/Payne. And the picks do give more room to improve our OL/LB corps
Sweats trade was too good to pass up. Gonna be top half of second round.

5 picks in the first 3 rounds is a great starting point for a rebuild
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We got less for Sweat than Giants did for Williams...

Top of the 2d versus mid to lower 2d?????? We got more.
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