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The Chicago Bears are 0-2 to start the season. It’s definitely not the primary time the “Monsters of the Midway” have began the season 0-2. In spite of everything, we lived through the John Fox era, but by some means, after several seasons of massive expectations, and devastating results, this season’s start feels worse than most.
Okay, so we’re only two games in. Loads of time to turn it around, right? Incorrect. Bears fans have seen this movie before. Straight to streaming.
The most frustrating thing, by far, in regards to the Chicago Bears is that they at all times, at all times appear to make the flawed decision. Irrespective of the alternative, irrespective of the position. If the McCaskey family is by some means involved, rest assured that they are going to by some means manage to choose absolutely the worst person for the job.
Did you already know Bill Belichick interviewed to be head coach of the team back in 1999? The Bears picked Dick Jauron (35-45) as an alternative. In addition they had a shot at Bruce Arians and Andy Reid ahead of the 2013 season, but as an alternative selected…Marc Trestman. So far as I can tell, Trestman is now an adjunct professor on the University of Miami Law School. No, I don’t know why.
After Trestman, who was presupposed to be the Bears’ progressive “Moneyball” pick, the team (for some reason) hired Ernie Accorsi to assist them land his buddy, John Fox (14-34), which was the pendulum swinging all the way in which back if I’ve ever seen it. Trestman was terrible, so screw analytics! Back to a superb ol’ smash-mouth football coach. That may need been great if Fox was an honest smash-mouth football coach. He was not.
When Fox inevitably flopped, the team bypassed hotshot Rams’ QB coach Matt LaFleur in favor of Matt Nagy (34-31), a man who got here to Chicago and decided his team didn’t have to run the football. The 2018 season was fun, but Nagy at all times looked as if it would take into consideration offensive schemes the way in which Brian Wilson considered harmonies — they never quite worked out in real life the way in which they did in his head. I’ve blocked out most of Nagy’s final yr in Chicago, and my brain has condensed all of it down into an imaginary GIF of Nagy yelling “The system works! THE SYSTEM WORKS!” while slowly melting into the bottom. He also definitely said “penis” as an alternative of peanuts while singing the Cubs’ seventh-inning stretch, but that’s neither here nor there. Nagy is now back calling plays in KC under Andy Reid. Who, for those who’ll remember, the Bears could have hired in 2012.
I’m not even sure where to start with QBs. Outside of Jay Cutler, the Bears have had an honest passing quarterback in my lifetime. You already know the infamous graphic that shows up each time the Bears play the Packers? The one showing all of the failed QBs the Bears have had throughout the reigns of Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers? That actually tells you the whole lot you might want to know.
Should we start with Cade McNown? He was the Bears’ first-round pick in 1999 (at 12). All I’ll say about Cade is that he finished his NFL profession (which lasted an entire three years) with a passer rating of 67.7. There was Jay Cutler, the perfect Bears QB in recent memory. The Chicago O-line once allowed him to be sacked nine times in a half. He left that game concussed and the team exasperated in 2015.
This brings us to Mitch Trubisky, and this one is a doozy. The Bears chosen Trubisky with the second overall pick within the 2017 draft. Hilariously, the Bears’ official draft party was hosted by Mike “They told me that is my team!” Glennon, who had to observe the Bears draft his substitute with none type of heads up from the team, shortly after he’d won a 3-year, $45 million contract from GM Ryan Pace (and the history of Bears’ GMs is a whole ‘nother article and one which I’m too sad and drained to inform).
2017, as it’s possible you’ll recall, was the identical yr Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson were available, together with Baker Mayfield, who isn’t in the identical category but not less than continues to be a starting QB within the NFL. The Bears met with Mahomes but didn’t even trouble to satisfy with Watson which, in hindsight, was an excellent decision for an entire host of other reasons that were unknown on the time. Chicago gets zero credit for this one.
Why wouldn’t the Bears be involved in Watson, you ask? Well, I’d like to let you know. It’s because former GM Ryan Pace was so laser-focused on one Mitch Trubisky that he could have watched a few of Trubisky’s college games (where he wasn’t even the starting QB) in disguise, so concerned was he that he would tip someone off to the hidden gem that was Mitch Trubisky. And Trubisky’s UNC team didn’t even win the sport! Pace, who got here from the Recent Orleans Saints, spoke often about wanting a QB “like Drew Brees.” Fans just didn’t realize he meant someone who actually looked like Drew Brees.
To bring this long, sad tale to an end, the Bears wound up trading away three draft picks — moving up one single, solitary spot — to take Trubisky with the second overall pick. Out of fear he wouldn‘t be there at three, I suppose? Mahomes went at 10 and Watson at 12. Trubisky may need been an honest starting QB. Not less than, we saw flashes of what looked like an honest QB under whatever Nagy was attempting to do with him, which gave the impression to be making a quarterback prized (by Ryan Pace) for his mobility stand within the pocket and throw. But Trubisky now sees ghosts, because of an offensive line that might do little or no to maintain giant men from landing on top of their young quarterback. He’ll never be the identical.
But that is what Chicago does. It’s where QBs go to die.
So sure, Matt Eberflus (3-16). He’ll be here for just a few years, the Bears will likely be miserable to mediocre, and I still won’t have the opportunity to choose him out of a lineup. Justin Fields, one other top draft pick who got here in with quite a lot of hype, and promise, will likely be a shell of his former self once Offensive Coordinator Luke Getsy is completed with him. The names and faces change, however the song stays the identical. None of this matters. Nothing matters.
So long as the McCaskeys own the team, the Bears are condemned to NFL purgatory — bad enough to occur upon an enormous draft pick every now and then, only to make absolutely the flawed alternative, and inevitably get bounced during Wild Card Weekend.
Chicago. Same because it ever was.