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Audibles From the Long Snapper: Salaam’s Passing, Fangio Rumors & More

| December 8th, 2016

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A Salaam Story

On April 22nd 1995, the day Rashaan Salaam was drafted by the Chicago Bears, I was playing Little League baseball in Kearny, New Jersey. For younger readers, the draft did not used to be a prime time affair. It was a two-day, all weekend long, NFL fanatic binge experience the likes of which the league has never duplicated. It was amazing.

There were four Bears fans in Kearny. Me. Anthony Aiello. Phil Caputo. John Cali. Yes, I grew up in a place that had a few Italians. It’s also the town where about 75% of The Sopranos was shot. (My mother did the real estate deal with HBO for the property that became Satriale’s.) Three of the four of us were at a place called Gunnell Oval – a large park area with six baseball fields – when Salaam became a Bear.

You know that scene in That Thing You Do! where the members of The Oneders run through the streets of town at the shear excitement of hearing their track on the radio? That’s what the Salaam pick was like in Kearny. We thought, none of us older than 17 at the time, this pick was going to change the franchise. We thought a Super Bowl was near.

It didn’t come to pass but I like to think I’m still that 13 year-old kid down the Oval, endlessly believing greatness is just one draft pick away.

Rashaan Salaam died of an apparent suicide at the age of forty-two. Our love goes out to his family and all the people in his life. Too many young men who’ve played this game we love have left the world too soon.

The Fangio Rumor

Mike Mulligan, not known to make shit up, shocked many Bears fans with a bit of a bombshell late Tuesday:

Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio is rumored to be winding down his time with the team as part of a massive overhaul anticipated at the end of the season. It sounds like a tall tale when you consider the Bears’ problem has been a lack of continuity because of injury and suspension, along with a number of less-than-stellar game plans on offense.

Most observers expect changes at quarterback, and Dowell Loggains has appeared on shaky ground virtually since the day he was promoted to offensive coordinator. The idea that Fox is displeased with Fangio or the coordinator is unhappy in his job sounds absurd but has been the subject of speculation for over a month.

Both Fox and Fangio vehemently denied this report. Fangio went all-in on Mulligan, well-described in this Sun-Times piece by Mark Potash:

…it’s no surprise that while both Fox and Fangio denied a Tribune report that Fangio could be out as defensive coordinator after this season because of philosophical differences between the two, Fangio’s more aggressive denial and charge of “irresponsible reporting” by Tribune contributing columnist and WSCR-AM host Mike Mulligan resonated the most Wednesday.

“It gives you guys a bad name,” Fangio told reporters during his weekly press conference. “He’s one of your colleagues, and irresponsible reporting doesn’t shine well for all of you, and that’s too bad because … I enjoy talking to you guys.”

Reporting on the Bears in the Pace era has been awful. Why? Everybody is desperate for the scoop. Few seem desperate for the facts.

Thoughts With the Hoge Family

I have narrowed my exposure to Bears beat writing over the last few years and I’m essentially down to the three people. One of those people is Adam Hoge, doing tremendous work at WGN. He wrote a very personal Facebook post Tuesday that I don’t feel right posting in this space. Please read it by CLICKING HERE.

Nobody is rooting harder for the entirety of the Hoge family.

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  • Very interesting to now go back and read scouting reports on Matt Barkley prior to his draft selection. This one from Bleacher Report seems to have the most in-depth analysis. The knock on Barkley? Arm strength. (Something ex-scout Greg Gabriel felt need to point out while Barkley was tossing darts in a storm last Sunday.) The positives stand out, however. Personality. Leadership. Polish.
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  • It is fine for Brad Biggs to not believe Matt Barkley should be in the conversation as QB for Bears. But two things about his mailbag. (1) The Titans were NOT in a prevent defense the entire fourth quarter and basic film study would show him that. (2) He drastically undersells Barkley’s performance in the storm.

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  • Johnnywad

    Barkley is Polish?

    • Captain Obvious

      That’s not a positive, though.

  • SC Dave

    Wow… that Hoge post was something. I’m root too, Jeff.

  • Irish Sweetness

    On the last point, it’s fair to say that Barkley hasn’t faced a good defense yet, but being able to throw the ball at all in that weather was an achievement, as were Meredith and Bellamy’s catches.

    • DaBearsBlog

      I just don’t understand this overwhelming desire to invalidate his performances.

      • Sauron’s right eyeball

        2 games against shit shows does not a career make?

        • Big Mike

          Why not hope? He might be good. He’s also on our team. Don’t need a savior. Need a nice QB that won’t mess up and makes a few plays. Find an OT, get the secondary stronger and add a weapon or two on offense in the off season.. see what we have. Even if Bears take QB early, Barkley competes for the job and probably wins it. If not he went from QB4 to a solid backup.

          Or…maybe he’s just a guy coming into his own, exactly when the Bears are on the rise… because the monsters are coming.

          Or..he just shot his load and we just saw his career highlights…:(

          • BerwynBomber

            “If not he went from QB4 to a solid backup.”

            That is the most likely outcome. Then again, this is a franchise that won with the likes of Kyle Orton and Jim Miller. No reason Barkley can’t be as good as them.

            Regardless, will be another interesting off-season.

          • willbest

            All you got to do is get 3 defensive pro bowlers, one who is all pro

          • BerwynBomber

            So far that has been much easier for the Bears to do than find a Pro Bowl-level QB.

            P.S. Is McMahon the only Bears QB ever to make the Pro Bowl?

          • willbest

            As a bear? That sounds right. Cutler got the nod in 08 for his work in Denver

          • Big Mike

            Team has the ingredients to be a playoff contender. Another guy like the two you mentioned is Steve Fuller. Had he stayed healthy, the Bears would have two SBs

          • willbest

            Bears on the rise? Is that because there is no place to go but up?

          • Big Mike

            Yes, but I also believe it is because they have some good young talent on this team. Here are 2 big “ifs” that put the Bears in or near the playoffs next year

            IF Pace has another solid off season
            IF Bears don’t get wiped out by injuries (say only 4-5 starters go to IR instead of 15 ..and none get suspended)

            It’s not that hard to see.

          • BerwynBomber

            The division is more winnable now too. Rodgers still has a few years left but he’s not quite the MVP-level he once was and their defense and running game are a mess. MIN might not have much of an offense again next year. DET is a nice story but could be a house of cards that will fall if one or both the coordinators move on in the off-season.

          • Big Mike

            Monsters are coming…

          • Sauron’s right eyeball

            Nothing wrong with hoping my man
            I’m just saying that he could also be not the guy and that after 2 games, lets not anoint him just yet.

          • Big Mike

            No anointing. Maybe it is my experience as a coach and player, but I tend to see things as much from that angle as from the angle of a fan. I just love seeing guys like barkley get a shot.

          • Sauron’s right eyeball

            Which is why I have always hated to Cutler trade. Had nothing to do with Cutler and every thing with Orton not being rewarded for his gamesmanship.

          • Big Mike

            Bears had to take a shot at Cutler. I didn’t hate the trade. Orton did OK. He had 3-4 more years in the league, played a few games, had his shots. Worst is a guy never gets a real shot to see what he can do.

          • Sauron’s right eyeball

            Been a detractor on the Cutler deal since day one. I was Correct-o-Mundo I do believe.

          • Big Mike

            Would have been a lonely voice on the day the trade was made.   He had all the markings of a top QB.
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          • Sauron’s right eyeball

            Man crush on Orton my man. He is the epitome of what sports is all about for me.

        • willbest

          It does in a QB thirsty league. It’s earned tens of millions over the. Years for Brady, farve and Rodgers backups

          • BerwynBomber

            Actually a few of the Farve back-ups weren’t all that bad.

            Rodgers back-up — Matt Flynn — is still the all-time poster child for QB starvation/desperation/over-estimation.

          • willbest

            I don’t feel too bad for Seattle, they got a 21 mil a year QB for league min for 3 years

      • BerwynBomber

        Same thing happened with Hoyer. I chalked up Hoyer’s up to one final, desperate defense of Cutty. But I can’t see that much applying to anti-Barkley-ism.

        Might be — not only the competition — but the games not meaning much as now. Plus, like Hoyer, Barkley is not a QB who will wow you with a play. Jay’s arm strength was always capable of wowing a fan.

        And let’s be honest, Barkley is a guy off the street. Fans might be rightfully skeptical.

        • Big Mike

          He looked good. Passes the eye test. But nobody seems to have talked about the 3 or 4 things that make every NFL QB better 1) great protection 2) strong running game 3) solid defense.

          With that said, Barkley threw the ball with touch and he threw it well. Arm strength is great, but it is probably over rated.

          • BerwynBomber

            Mostly agree, but we have seen the absolute elites — Brady, Rodgers, Brees, R-berger, Wilson — win with shaky, patch-work, bottom half of the league O-lines.
            In fact, both Rodgers and Wilson did it, to a degree, last year.

            But even then it catches up to them and is far from optimal.

            Arguably a solid D is the great equalizer among QBs. An all-time D carried the worst QB in the league to an SB championship just last year.

          • Big Mike

            Well when we get one of those fine. Otherwise, let’s build a team that can win with a B- QB or better

          • BerwynBomber

            No argument here. I have been calling for an affordable bridge guy for a couple of years. But I would like to see us cycling through young, developmental QBs much more frequently than our past on the off-chance of actually striking QB gold.

          • Big Mike

            David Fales…WTF?

            Wouldn’t hate drafting a QB..

          • BerwynBomber

            Drafting a QB in the sixth round — a’la Fales — is not what I would call a serious attempt at developing a young QB.

          • Big Mike

            Agreed. If we could simply get safety nailed down, then we can draft a few slow white QBs in the 3rd and 4th round instead 🙂

          • CanadaBear

            No kidding. Drafting Lefavour, Fales and Enderle was just poking and hoping. Nothing more. That’s OK if you’re set at the position and are a pretty strong team.

          • BerwynBomber

            Exactly. Used to annoy me when someone would claim that, as an example, a guy like Enderle was indicative of how the Bears had indeed drafted QBs and they sucked. Any QB drafted beyond the first or second round is a bit of a hail mary.

        • willbest

          Hoyer legitimately can’t throw the ball farther than 12 yards, and had the best 5 game stretch of his entire NFL career and still lost 4 of them two against shitty defenses. I couldn’t comprehend why people were acting like he wasn’t going to regress to his mean. It’s like expecting Cutler to never have a multigame turnover game because of how well he played in 2015. You have too much knowledge on him to think he will magically change for the better.

          Barkley has played in precisely 2 NFL games. We don’t know what he is. We do know 2 other teams looked at him extensively and moved on, and we know that his green self can be rattled into bad decisions but we don’t know if that is just who he is or if its because he doesn’t have the reps. We also don’t know what will happen after the D coordinators get him dissected.

          I don’t want to roll with him at QB 1 in 2017 right now (though I might be fine with it by the end of the year) but I don’t want him leaving Chicago until at least after the 2017 season at this point.

          • BerwynBomber

            I’m no Hoyer fan but I think there is a difference between assessing “historical” Hoyer, and frankly even a bit of decent contextualizing vs. the inability to say, “yeah, he played pretty well.”

            Mostly, the Cutlerites were unable to do the latter. Blogfather was the exception.

          • willbest

            I argued the Dallas game was shit because the bears had less than 100 yards of offense by the time they were down 3 scores and he proceeded to put up 200 yards against a prevent D that was avoiding injury and they lost in embarrassing fashion. But he backed it up with 3 good showings in competitive games.

            So there is no point in denying reality. But he had a wide open Jeffery in the end zone for the win and threw it to a well covered Meredith so I don’t want him as QB 1 either

          • BerwynBomber

            Agree with you about the DAL game. And yeah I’m not crazy about Hoyer as #1 either. Even if only in a bridge role.

      • CanadaBear

        I hear ya Jeff but longtime Bears fans are nothing if not skeptical when it comes to that position.

    • willbest

      What catches?

      • BerwynBomber

        Meredith was mostly solid. Bellamy was again, at best, iffy.

  • Weed Superman (GP)

    Best to Adam and his little boy. He looks just like my son at that age, and I can’t imagine what he is going through.

  • Irish Sweetness
  • BearDown100393

    The Bears do not need these types of distractions with the playoffs closing in.

  • Artoo

    One of my biggest fears was the Bears might have rehired a head coach that is very similar to Lovie Smith.

    However, everyone is complaining about our offense and how we need a new coordinator. Stop that shit now. We can’t keep changing coordinators. We have done that so many times.

    Plus, look at the yards and who’s been playing. We have been competitive with people I doubt play on any team next year.

    That being said, Fox is on my last nerve. He just needs to be honest and stop going around questions. Our record is honest. We suck and injuries have been hard this year as well. Yet, this team could be a qb/better offensive line away from being competitive.

    Look at Dallas. Look at Seattle. It’s starting in Chicago. I love this GM. He’s building something out of nothing and doing a damn good job. Just my .02

    • Weed Superman (GP)

      Don’t love pacebot 2000. It is incapable of loving you back.

      • Huge Bears Penis

        the thing wrong with pacebot 2000 is the web browser, some odd reason Internet Explorer is installed, we need to install…..wait for it……. FireFox!

        • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

          BOOM!

        • Bender McLugh

          HA

  • willbest
    • willbest

      My question is, if you are an agent do you bother explaining it to your client or do you just wait for her to show up so the surprise isn’t spoiled.

    • Huge Bears Penis
      • willbest

        It bothers me that you had something like that queued up within 10 minutes.

        • Huge Bears Penis

          it is the curse I live with of remembering just about everything.

  • Governerd

    I haven’t seen anyone else post Peter King’s answer to a mailbag question about Jimmy Garoppolo: http://mmqb.si.com/mmqb/2016/12/07/derek-carr-oakland-raiders-quarterback-peter-king-mailbag . Basically, he says Pace should offer his top 5 pick for Garoppolo and a 3rd rounder. I haven’t seen Garoppolo play, but if you think he’s a bedrock at qb, seems like a fair price to me. Did anybody watch him play earlier this season? Would he be worth a phone call?

    • willbest

      Jimmy was solid. Then they went and won a game with Brissett. So you are stuck with the same is Jimmy, Jimmy, or is it because Darth Hoodie can make Matt Cassel look like a top 16 QB. Plus it turns out that the Dolphins and Cardinals aren’t exactly the cream of the crop in terms of defenses.

      Plus how durable is he. He had a bum shoulder after 2 games. Maybe he was just unlucky. Or maybe he can’t take a full game of NFL hits.

      I maintain you don’t want any QB that Belichick is willing to part with. The risk is too high.

    • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

      Biggsy addressed this directly on Mully’s show. this direct question.

      The feeling was: Pace will not give away his 1st rounder. Period. End of story.

      It’s not how Pace builds teams, he’s not Glitchy and it’s not the kind of move he likes.

  • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)
    • MB30SD

      sad man. 42. sheesh.

  • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

    Jagger dropped some white herring in this tootz and now she’s having his 19th baby:

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/who-melanie-hamrick-mick-jagger–9419043

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wU1kTuVSUOw

    • CanadaBear

      Solomon Burke was a busy guy, too. Even though it would take 4 Jaggers to weigh as much as Solomon when I met him, he still managed to love the ladies. Of all the music people I’ve ever met, he was the highlight. What a character and he could still sing right up to the end.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfARCp38XtA

    • BerwynBomber

      Woody and Bill, IIRC, also knocked up some twentysomethings in the last few years.

      I believe the only Stones not to go that route have been Keef and Charlie.

      • CanadaBear

        Wood wants to constantly tour because he needs the money all the time. That’s insane.

  • willbest

    “Why the Bradford trade was absolutely insane. Vikings tried to desperately save their season. Never works.” – Jeff

    Bradford is a better QB than Bridgewater, and things didn’t start going downhill for them until they lost their second tackle and first guard. They would easily be 8-4 or 9-3 right now if their O-line wasn’t decimiated. I still contend the move was an outstanding move, even if it didn’t work out. Plus, Teddy might never play football again. There are worse things than headed into 2017 with Bradford as your starter. And at 8-8 or whatever they end up with, its not like they gave up the farm for him.

    • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

      I agree. Jeff oversteps and it was not an insane trade.

      Vikes simply can’t protect the asset they traded for, and the Bears were the first team to really expose that. He’d be every bit the asset they hoped for if they could keep him upright.

      • Scharfinator

        Losing AP didn’t help them either.

        • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

          I didn’t think AP was the same guy anymore before he got hurt, did you?

          • MB30SD

            no way. Dude was a shell… looked like he was running in concrete shoes… in half dry concrete… after inhaling a bunch of concrete.

          • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

            Nathan Vasher’s Rock Jock. (TM)

          • Scharfinator

            Same guy? No. Better than Asiata? Definitely.

          • AlbertInTucson

            Maybe he was rounding back into shape after zero pre-season reps but, he sure LOOKED human.

    • BerwynBomber

      “Outstanding” might be stretching it but it seemed justifiable, especially given (beyond your reasoning) that they can walk from Bradford after next year. But again, as you and I discussed yesterday, whether it was a good move really won’t be known until his current contract runs out (or is near running out) — i.e., if Bradford shits the bed the rest of this year and all of next year Blogfather’s take will look more right than wrong.

      • willbest

        I don’t subscribe to that theory because it leads to absurd analysis. For example, every GM that failed to draft Wilson and Sherman should be fired for incompetence because it was criminal to let them fall to the 3rd and 5th round. You only know the present and the past. The future is an educated guess. The only hindsight analysis that should be done is to determine

        a) Was there any fact you overlooked prior to the transaction date or perhaps didn’t weight as heavily as you ought to.

        b) Does what you learn from this failed or successful transaction provide you with a better analysis of the next similar transaction.

        And we analyze these in a vacuum. The GM is making hundreds of transactions a year and passing on hundreds more. Essentially, he is the House. Some times the House takes a bath on an individual gamble.

        Now unlike a casino the odds aren’t necessarily fixed. Different GM’s have strength and weaknesses.

        All Emery ever did was strike out or hit home runs. Pace is very good at finding value in the draft and in the walk on FA market. But he doesn’t appear to be particularly good at evaluating the health of his above league min veteran FAs.

        • BerwynBomber

          It only leads to absurd analysis when you make some ridiculous analogy like every GM should be fired for not drafting Wilson or Sherman.

          Good lord .. smh …

          And btw, I assume you will never criticize any GM’s decision after the fact. Amiright?

          • willbest

            You are trying to use hindsight to grade out the quality of a transaction. If that is the framework in which you want to analyze you have to be consistent about it. So you must also use hindsight to grade out the quality of every transaction. That means when you draft Shea McClellin instead of Russel Wilson you should lose your job because you fell so far and away short of the maximum potential of the pick.

            That is why I only use information up to the date of the transaction to judge it. All the information after the fact does is tell you whether you won the powerball, got your $2 back or lost everything.

  • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

    It’s literal Bohemian Rhapsody…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJO7bcRVPvI

  • That Guy

    There is an interesting argument as to why no-limit hold’em isn’t as good as it used to be. The problem is, those who play argue, there are too many players willing to go all in on low percentage hands. One or two guys like that is always going to part of the game and statistically they get knocked out. But when half of the players in a tournament are willing to adopt that strategy, you end up seeing a fair number of them advance or even win.

    What you get is this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uml7yqgercM The guy thinks he’s a genius, but he’s really just a guy everybody is irritated with that got a lucky break.

    I think signing QBs is the same thing. You look at a guy like Garrapolo and you think “solid performance when he played, but lots of reasons to be cautious.” So you maybe offer a 2nd rounder or swap your top 5 pick for theirs in the bottom of the 1st. But you can’t do that. You have to go all in because one of the 30 other teams is going to. Same with drafting possible starters – somebody is going to trade up to get him, so you have to bet the farm.

    Jimmy G is absolutely not worth #5 plus a third rounder. He might be, but there are too many risks to feel that way. But if you want him, you have to be willing to make that offer, because somebody else is going to.

  • BerwynBomber

    Biggest THUR night game of the year tonight. Well, outside of Bears/Packers …

    • AlbertInTucson

      Going to be a bit NIPPY tonight in KC.

      • CanadaBear

        BRRR! Do you know what is the turf is like in KC? I don’t remember any horror stories coming from there.

        • BearDown100393

          Its frozen

          • AlbertInTucson

            I get cold just WATCHING those games.

        • AlbertInTucson

          I have no info to share on field conditions.

          Hoping for a good game to watch tonight after that Monday stinker.

          • CanadaBear

            I tried to watch it and promptly fell asleep. Woke up tried again, same result. third time, went to bed. I can only smile when I read stories coming from the Brandon Marshall Corp. I loved him and then I didn’t. Nothing against him but I’m really glad he’s gone. Just wish they could have gotten more for him. Oh well.

          • AlbertInTucson

            I clicked awayand checked back a couple of times.

            The Colts have no business being in the hunt for a playoff spot.

          • willbest

            Welcome to the AFC South where going 5-1 in the division wins you the division regardless of what you do in the other 10 games.

          • AlbertInTucson

            “..fell asleep.”

            I submit you were PUT to sleep.

  • BearDown100393

    John Glenn has passed.

    • willbest

      RIP

      • AlbertInTucson

        Guts & class, personified.

        Before riding a giant stick of dynamite into space, he flew fighter jets in Korea with Ted Williams as his wing man.

        Ably portrayed by Ed Harris in THE RIGHT STUFF.

        And that book is even better than the movie.

        • AlbertInTucson

          He flew combat missiosn in WWII in a Corsair.

          Two tours in Korea which included 3 Mig kills in an F-86.

          • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

            My real middle name is Glenn, as my father named me after him.

          • Sactowns#1

            Actually son, it was after Glen Campbell. I loved me some country music back then.

          • AlbertInTucson

            Your Dad knew a REAL hero when he saw one.

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  • MB30SD

    GP, yetpackz tonight?

    • A Most Excellent Dude (GP)

      Biz travel tonight will be home Saturday night

      • MB30SD

        ok, I have kidz all weekend, so free after 8:30 PST.

        How you doing with everything… feeling better?

  • Sactowns#1

    For the first time in
    23 years, a 1-11 team is favored. The Niners 3 point favorites against the
    Jets. The last time that happened, a rookie Drew Bledsoe led the Patriots
    against the Bengals, in a matchup of 1-11 powerhouses. Bledsoe aired it out,
    throwing 22 times for 106 yards and 1 TD in what was arguably his best
    performance of his career to date. That lone TD would prove enough, as the
    Patriots won by a resounding score of 7-2.

    • AlbertInTucson

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  • Sauron’s right eyeball

    Cutler did less with more, Orton did more with less imo.

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