Well, that’s just fucking great. First Kyle Fuller and now, Kevin White is out for the season with a broken leg. Are we keeping track? This is just another name on the long lists of first-round busts that the Bears have had throughout the last two decades.
I get it. It’s a freak injury. White was playing well the last two games. I was excited to see him play. But, this is just enough. Only one player that I can think of that has been an actual success and that’s Kyle Long and he’s going to need surgery soon for his torn labrum.
It’s the new NFL with all of these injuries all over the place. But is this something the Bears do more than other teams by drafting busts nearly every year in the first round? This is getting annoying.
Can the Chicago Bears please, find a front office that can be competent and find players that can contribute for the next decade? Is it that fucking hard? Why do teams draft franchise players after the Bears in various rounds? Why do the Bears continuously pass on guys that are supposed to go before them?
If someone can answer all of this, please let me know.