Ryan Poles *may* have the right idea with the re-build.


Khalil Mack has been traded for two picks. Tarik Cohen and Eddie Goldman have been cut. All of these guys cost the Bears a ton of money and it’s no longer a concern. With Mack, the Bears received a pick for this year and another next year.

It’s evident that Poles is making a conscious attempt to clean up the mess that Pace and Nagy left. It could be a while.

Do you think Ryan Poles is doing the right thing? I still feel it’s a bit too early for a definitive answer. I am treading with caution. The good news is that it appears he’s trying to replenish draft picks that were basically given away by his predecessor. Contending teams are built through the draft.

6 Responses to “Ryan Poles *may* have the right idea with the re-build.”

  1. genrebuster Says:


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  2. Mark Johnson Says:

    All depends on how far Ted Phillips will let him off his leash.

  3. chucky Says:

    Sounds like there’s hope genre. Thanks for finding that article. Gives me something to look forward to.

  4. Paul Says:

    The mess that Pace and Nagy left will take some time to clean up but it looks like Poles is doing it the right way!

  5. chucky Says:

    To quote the late, great George Carlin, JESUS JUMPING FUCKING SHITBALLS!!!!!

    Not even out of the first round, and my bracket is completely fucking crushed. I don’t know why I do this to myself.

  6. Mark Johnson Says:

    To get back to the Bears. I see the genius Poles & Eberfluss had a priority free agent target DT from the Bengals. He fit our system perfectly. He could not pass the physical!!
    I don’t understand…he was injured in the playoffs. Are the Bengals cutting him? Will he be healthy in September or October?
    Why do I see a future of this guy making sacks and getting the Bengals to the playoffs again and the Bears will be talking about a need for defensive linemen in 2023.


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