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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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ChicagoAl wrote:
Slaymont Harris wrote:
Emery already had the reputation of somebody who is thorough and looks at all possibilities. Him interviewing this many candidates is fitting with his reputation and doesn't surprise me at all.
Well now that he interviewed Trestman the Bears will have a huge advantage with all that knowledge about the CFL. It is a concern. Rolling Eyes


Would have been nice to have a heads up on Cam Wake and Jerel Freeman.

I still remember some of the hype around Andy Fanutz. Ugh... Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 7:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Selkiesxx wrote:
WindyCity wrote:
ChicagoAl wrote:
Slaymont Harris wrote:
Emery already had the reputation of somebody who is thorough and looks at all possibilities. Him interviewing this many candidates is fitting with his reputation and doesn't surprise me at all.
Well now that he interviewed Trestman the Bears will have a huge advantage with all that knowledge about the CFL. It is a concern. Rolling Eyes


Would have been nice to have a heads up on Cam Wake and Jerel Freeman.

I still remember some of the hype around Andy Fanutz. Ugh... Laughing


He did have his face on a cereal box, that does make him the best athlete to ever grace Chicago
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Selkiesxx wrote:
WindyCity wrote:
ChicagoAl wrote:
Slaymont Harris wrote:
Emery already had the reputation of somebody who is thorough and looks at all possibilities. Him interviewing this many candidates is fitting with his reputation and doesn't surprise me at all.
Well now that he interviewed Trestman the Bears will have a huge advantage with all that knowledge about the CFL. It is a concern. Rolling Eyes


Would have been nice to have a heads up on Cam Wake and Jerel Freeman.

I still remember some of the hype around Andy Fanutz. Ugh... Laughing


He was 6'4", that's all it took for receiver to be a god on these boards before we got Marshall.
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But Matt Jones was 6' 4" he was so great, liked his nose candy, but he was 6' 4", he would have been a super star cuse he was 6' 4"........... 6' 4"!!!!!!!
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DABEARSLCF04 wrote:
But Matt Jones was 6' 4" he was so great, liked his nose candy, but he was 6' 4", he would have been a super star cuse he was 6' 4"........... 6' 4"!!!!!!!


6'4"!!!
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He's a playmaker though, and we can use more of those in the Devin.Fart
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but you have to remember, wee wanted crap cuse wee were used to crap at WR...... Booker, Lloyd, aromisuwhateverhisnameis, so a 6'4" Joens did look like gold to us



And yes Lloyd was crap when here, cuse he could not stay healthy at all, but i did have faith in him, just felt like a curse over bears WR untill Marshall came in to our lives
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CBears019 wrote:
DABEARSLCF04 wrote:
But Matt Jones was 6' 4" he was so great, liked his nose candy, but he was 6' 4", he would have been a super star cuse he was 6' 4"........... 6' 4"!!!!!!!


6'4"!!!

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IronMike84 wrote:
CBears019 wrote:
DABEARSLCF04 wrote:
But Matt Jones was 6' 4" he was so great, liked his nose candy, but he was 6' 4", he would have been a super star cuse he was 6' 4"........... 6' 4"!!!!!!!


6'4"!!!

INHERENTLY SUPERIOR



Holy crap, I just looked on google - it says Jones is 6'6"!!!!



That's like...like.....2 inches taller! omg he would catch all the balls.
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Of course none of this can be proven at all. I swear 90% plus of all sports writing by "professionals" is focused around something negative or derogatory.

Writers need to get a life.
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Of course none of this can be proven at all. I swear 90% plus of all sports writing by "professionals" is focused around something negative or derogatory.

Writers need to get a life.

Actually that's the problem - their life's work IS to write, and to do so in a way that sets them apart from the clutter to generate readership. With so much media now there are only so many rational and legitimate angles to be discussed.
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I'm not singling anyone out here because we have a TON of people on this Bears forum that have droned on and on about the media for years. Its one of the most obnoxious things about this forum honestly. I'm not telling anyone to like ESPN (I mostly don't), or Boers and Bernstein (most of the "media haters" don't) or any other journalist or multi-media source. The fact of the matter is that there are a number of very good sources and journalists out there that do a tremendous job and provide really good info. All the generic media bashing only under cuts any points you are making and are simply tired.

Getting back on topic:

http://my.chicagotribune.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-74002679/

Evidently the Browns talked to 9 or 10 candidates and the Eagles are up to 9 so far. The Bears 13 is really nothing out of line. Besides, Singletary shouldn't count for obvious reasons and others seem like clear cut courtesy interviews for old colleagues (Armstrong and DeCamillis) and Toub earned one even if he isn't a serious contender. Much ado about nothing.
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