The Bears have traded Robert Quinn to the Eagles for a fourth round pick. Now what?


Does it even matter? History tells us that this trade will mean nothing either way. If a competent general manager was in charge, then maybe the pick is exciting. But no general manager in the last 30 years has done anything to convince us differently.


5 Responses to “The Bears have traded Robert Quinn to the Eagles for a fourth round pick. Now what?”

  1. chucky Says:

    I have to admit, I’m a little confused about this one. For all the hoopla media has been heaping on the Bears from beating the Patriots in Foxborough, hoopla which is bullshit in my opinion, you’d think they would keep a valuable player like Quinn. It’s a headscratcher, to be sure.

    By the way Fro, did catch my show tonight? I killed Liv Morgan tonight! Fun shit!

  2. Skip Says:

    A competent GM , something the Bears have never and will never have under the McCaskey clown show !!

  3. Fro Dog Says:


    For me, I don’t think it matters. This past Monday night didn’t prove anything. We all know the Bears have at least one game every year where no one expects them to do anything and they pull it off. It took the coaches six games to figure it out? Absurd. I guess take the draft pick and see if it’s a lucky one.

    And on a lighter note, I did not watch it. But you have achieved a new level of awesomeness after accomplishing that feat.

  4. chucky Says:

    Fro, dude, I sat on her lap! I had my head buried in her rack!

    Then I stabbed her.

  5. Mark Johnson Says:

    Cleared a pile of cap space. Philadelphia and Quinn agreed to taking on a bunch of it and now he makes $711,000, instead of the 13 Million or 11 Million that was hanging out there. Who cares about the pick. Will be able to do something in free agency this spring.


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