Khalil Mack is a Bear. And we all should be sitting on pins and needles.


I don’t think it would have been better if the Bears kept their draft picks. History tells us that they would find a way to fuck it up. The Bears have traded for who is considered one of the best defensive players in the league. He’s also the highest paid defensive player in the league with his contract.

The Bears have always spent money on players. The problem has been, they haven’t spent it wisely. We’re going to find out if that’s the case again or, if we are wrong.

A six-year deal seems intimidating. But if the Bears win the Super Bowl in that time, it will all be worth it.

Your thoughts in the thread.

6 Responses to “Khalil Mack is a Bear. And we all should be sitting on pins and needles.”

  1. dvxprime Says:

    Do the Bears make him the primary linebacker and signal caller on the defense? Is he going to have an impact on a secondary that has been burned by Pro Bowlers, journeymen, and rookie QBs the last six to seven years?

    Also this doesn’t address the fact that Trubisky is still a great unknown, the new WRs have yet to prove anything, and we still have no real idea if the offense can stay on the field.

  2. Jimmy D Says:

    Well…Fro Dog and I are going to find out the initial answers to those questions “up close and personal” next Sunday night at Lambeau Field.

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    Hanging out with Jimmy D. for an entire day will be hell on Earth.

  4. dvxprime Says:

    For a rebuilding team, the schedule did Da Bears no favors. Opening night on national TV; the Pack at home with “Discount Double-check” on a mission of vengeance versus a team with a new coaching staff, a green QB, and a defense with THE BEST DEFENDER IN THE NFL but a secondary with more questions than answers.

    I can honestly see 35-7 Packers.

    On another note…GODDAMMIT CUBS!!!

  5. Erniesarmy Says:

    “On another note…GODDAMMIT CUBS!!!”

    Cubs are choking. Everybody can feel it coming after this doubleheader loss to the lowly Nationals, even after securing a nice 4-0 lead in the fourth. If they don’t make the playoffs, Fire Maddon!

  6. Nemo Says:

    I turned the game off when the Packers converted 3rd and 14 when it was still 20-3. I knew what was coming. JFC the QB is healthy and can’t do shit. Gets hurt and suddenly the pass rush can’t touch him. Offense falls apart.

    Reminds me of the time Joe Montana injured by Bears. We got this now, right?! He didn’t come back, but backup at the time, Steve Young, came in and shredded the Bears 41-0.


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