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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    And claims of dysfunctionality tend to stop when winning starts.

    I was primary referring to the idea that the Raiders and Cowboys are "far, far worse" than Seattle.
    Seems to me that none of those take the prize away from Green Bay or Chicago. And the Texans trump all of them.

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    Seems to me that none of those take the prize away from Green Bay or Chicago. And the Texans trump all of them.
    I thought the Texans had the field lapped at least once, but the Jags have unlapped themselves and are screaming toward the lead.
    I'm just here for the baseball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chancellor View Post
    I thought the Texans had the field lapped at least once, but the Jags have unlapped themselves and are screaming toward the lead.
    The SCORE 670 reported that Urban said in his address to the media that his marriage had hit a little speed bump.

    Add that to an 0-4 start, losing control of the team ( the team is laughing at him as well as blasting him on social media). That might be considered a bit dysfunctional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    Fields has been named the starter going forward.

    Speculation is that Management stepped in to stop the Nagy.
    The Starting Bears QBs
    (Since 2005 when Aaron Rodgers was drafted)

    Kyle Orton

    Rex Grossman

    Brian Griese

    Jay Cutler

    Todd Collins

    Caleb Hanie

    Josh McCown

    Jason Campbell

    Jimmy Clausen

    Matt Barkley

    Brian Hoyer

    Mitchell Trubisky

    Mike Glennon

    Chase Daniel

    Nick Foles

    Andy Dalton

    Justin Fields

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    The Starting Bears QBs
    (Since 2005 when Aaron Rodgers was drafted)

    Kyle Orton

    Rex Grossman

    Brian Griese

    Jay Cutler

    Todd Collins

    Caleb Hanie

    Josh McCown

    Jason Campbell

    Jimmy Clausen

    Matt Barkley

    Brian Hoyer

    Mitchell Trubisky

    Mike Glennon

    Chase Daniel

    Nick Foles

    Andy Dalton

    Justin Fields
    A historic list. Making their way through the Big 10. Orton (Purdue), Griese and Collins (Michigan), Hoyer (Michigan State), Fields (OSU).

    Evidently, Foles went to MSU for one year as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    The Starting Bears QBs
    (Since 2005 when Aaron Rodgers was drafted)

    Kyle Orton

    Rex Grossman

    Brian Griese

    Jay Cutler

    Todd Collins

    Caleb Hanie

    Josh McCown

    Jason Campbell

    Jimmy Clausen

    Matt Barkley

    Brian Hoyer

    Mitchell Trubisky

    Mike Glennon

    Chase Daniel

    Nick Foles

    Andy Dalton

    Justin Fields
    It seems like the Bears have a 'type'.

    Doughy white QBs who are generally terrible.

    Jason Campbell and Justin Fields seem to be exceptions to a pretty consistent rule.

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    In a bid to keep the Chicago Bears in the city, Alderman George Cardenas said he'll introduce an ordinance for the city to purchase the team and sell shares to fans.

    I kind of like this idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    In a bid to keep the Chicago Bears in the city, Alderman George Cardenas said he'll introduce an ordinance for the city to purchase the team and sell shares to fans.

    I kind of like this idea.
    So do I - if the City of Chicago runs the Bears as badly as they do the city, the Packers will dominate you for years and years to come!
    I'm just here for the baseball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chancellor View Post
    So do I - if the City of Chicago runs the Bears as badly as they do the city, the Packers will dominate you for years and years to come!
    On the surface I find this to be a witty and clever response. Dig a little deeper and the question that begs an answer is If the City owned Bears brought in football people above GM could they really do a worse job than the current ownership?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    On the surface I find this to be a witty and clever response. Dig a little deeper and the question that begs an answer is If the City owned Bears brought in football people above GM could they really do a worse job than the current ownership?
    Oh, yes. Of that I have no doubt. You'd probably transmogrify into the Lions.
    I'm just here for the baseball.

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