Who will be the next general manager of the Chicago Bears? The next head coach? Jordan and I take a look back at what when wrong with Marc Trestman‘s and Phil Emery‘s time in Chicago and discuss potential candidates to fill each position.
How does Jay Cutler‘s presence affect who the Bears hire as head coach?
Who should the next GM be looking at in this year’s NFL Draft class?
What moves need to be made with current Bears players?
In this week’s episode, Jordan and I try to keep things positive after the Bears’ embarrassing loss to the Packers on Sunday night. It’s difficult, though, when you consider Jay Cutler is now 1-11 vs. the Pack and the last NFL to allow 50+ points in consecutive games played with leather helmets. (They were the Rochester Jeffersons of the 1920s.)
Topics discussed include Brandon Marshall‘s blunt assessment of the team — “life is tough right now,” he said — confusion both on and off the field and how defensive coordinator Mel Tucker still has a job. (We don’t have an answer for the last question; we’re just as confused as you are.)
We also discuss this week’s game against the Vikings and how a few players who may not be household names could spell trouble for the Bears at Soldier Field.
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