da Bears, the viqueens and the Packers........

I expected Trubisky to look like a joke after hearing things like how he was having trouble even figuring out how to take a center snap and break a huddle.   Didn't see any of that at all, he looks like he has a strong arm and can throw accurately on the move.  Very impressive, it will be interesting to see how he does against a higher level of competition than 2nd and 3rd stringers.  

Bears fans probably exit this game feeling like maybe that trade up for Trubisky might not be as much a disaster as it looked like on draft day.

@RichEisen:  The Mitchell Trubisky Parade set for Michigan Ave tomorrow at 11AM.

fightphoe93 posted:

Bears fans probably exit this game feeling like maybe that trade up for Trubisky might not be as much a disaster as it looked like on draft day.

I'll just say this much.

Even IF Trubisky turns into the second coming of Rodgers, Favre, Elway.....that trade up was not worth it. Why?? Because they never had to do it & they would've still been able to select him at #3.

Bears Are friggin STOOOOOPID!!

Brainwashed Boris posted:

I'll just say this much.

Even IF Trubisky turns into the second coming of Rodgers, Favre, Elway.....that trade up was not worth it. Why?? Because they never had to do it & they would've still been able to select him at #3.

Bears Are friggin STOOOOOPID!!

The same was said about Wolf in the Favre trade...

Fox won't start Trubisky until he's told to start Trubisky. Remember. Fox wasn't told a thing about Trubisky until draft day. When Fox is told to start Trubisky he will. And Trubisky will fail. And Fox won't care. Because Fox just wants the **** out of coaching an NFL team. 

Brainwashed Boris posted:

No it wasn't. Wolf didn't give up anywhere NEAR what the Bears gave up for Trubisky.

Plus, Wolf & Herrock were friends & he "gifted" him the 1st rounder when he initially offered Ken a 2nd rounder for Favre.

You're 100% wrong about that

Maybe in the NFL circles, but the public perception was the Packers overpaid for the often drunk guy buried on the depth chart. 

The Bears may have gotten fleeced (were they bidding against themselves or was there really another suitor?), but if it gets them a qb for a decade to compete for the division it was worth every penny. 

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