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Ranking the Bears: Guys Fighting At The Bottom of the 53

| July 21st, 2017

As the Bears move closer to training camp, we move closer to the top of the list. Most of the names here should be familiar, even though you may not remember they’re on the team. None, I don’t think, are guaranteed a roster spot.

Here they are, ranked with short bios. Once again, you’re welcome.

59. Jordan Morgan, OG. The Bears have big plans for Morgan but it’s going to take him time. He’s a powerful blocker that could replace Josh Sitton in 2018. He just isn’t ready yet.


58. Patrick Scales, LS. He’s no Patrick Mannelly but he’s fine.

(Jeff’s Note: Comparing long snappers to Pat Mannelly is like comparing a pop artist to Roy Lichtenstein. Just because you’re not the greatest ever, doesn’t mean you can’t be great.)


57. Michael Burton, FB. Considered to be a true blocking back and should be an upgrade over last year’s dead weight, Paul Lasike. But can they really justify keeping a fullback who hasn’t shown he can do anything but block?


56. Hroniss Grasu, C. There was some optimism about Grasu last year but he never appeared in a game after tearing his ACL in August. He’s probably better than he was as a rookie, but what does that mean? The team brought back Eric Kush, another center who can also play both guard spots, so they’re certainly not banking on the former third-round pick. If Kush plays as well as he did last year, I’m not sure Grasu has a spot on the roster.

(Jeff’s Note: I’d be surprised if Ryan Pace was willing to call it quits on Grasu’s career, barring another significant injury this summer. But if the Bears are actually considering moving Cody Whitehair from center in favor of Grasu, I’d rather they cut the Oregon product now.)


55. Dan Brown, TE. Showed some things as a pass catcher last year, catching 16 passes and a touchdown. An interesting guy to watch.

54. Roy Robertson-Harris, DL. Didn’t play a down last year but was a well-regarded UDFA. Put on a lot of weight and switched to defensive line, where he could push for playing time. This ranking is mostly a leap of faith.

53. Pat O’Donnell, P.  (Pictured Above) He’s a punter. He has a leg. Two of them, in fact. One of them is adequate at kicking footballs long distances.

52. Johnthan Banks, CB. Signed off the street late last year and found himself playing a lot of snaps due to injury and ineffectiveness. A former second-round pick who has the tools but has been cut multiple times.

51. Tom Compton, OT. Probably the leader for the swing tackle role and that isn’t a good thing. The Bears starting tackles aren’t great and this would be a significant downgrade.

50. Cre’von LeBlanc, CB. I’ve been hard on him for a reason. His statistics look better because a couple of QBs threw passes right to him and a few receivers dropped touchdowns. But he was toast. That said, the word is he’s a hard worker and, if that’s true we could see enough improvement for him to challenge for a job as the slot corner.


49. Benny Cunningham, RB. I found out recently that this guy has quite a few fans. He’s kind of the same as Tarik Cohen. Bigger, but he doesn’t really use his size.  The Rams didn’t play him much and, apparently, no NFL team was willing to guarantee him more than $80K. If he makes the roster it’s because the Bears have questions about Cohen and they’d then be keeping four running backs.

(Jeff’s Note: The Great Benny Cunningham Debate of 2017 is the Twitter morning I’ll never get back.)


48. Harold Jones-Quartey, S. A decade ago HJQ would be considered a really good safety. I’m just not confident he can hold up in the current NFL. He’s an explosive athlete but he isn’t fast and he seems to get lost in space. He’s a hard-hitter and a sound tackler but I’d like to see him put on 15 pounds and try playing linebacker.

47. Sam Acho, Edge. An intangible guy. He isn’t particularly good at anything, just solid at everything.

46. Connor Barth, K. I don’t hate Barth. I do hate that the Bears cut a better kicker to sign a guy they’re afraid to attempt 50-yard field goals with. This came a year after the Robbie made seven-of-nine from that distance. Barth misses the occasional easy one too. Robbie was a weapon. Barth is just a guy.


45. Sherrick McManis, ST. I wonder if this is the end of the line for the special teams stud. The Bears have tried him at cornerback and he failed miserably. Last year they tried him at safety and that apparently didn’t take either.

(Jeff’s Note: Unless I’m way off the path, McManis should be substantially higher in these rankings. They’re not the sexiest players on the roster but special teams aces are valued like rare pogs by NFL front offices. I’m talking super rare pogs. This note goes out to all of you who know/remember what pogs were.)


44. B.W. Webb, CB. Not a good corner (by any stretch of the imagination) but he should compete for playing time with the Bears. Can play inside or outside and has shown some ball skills. This is his fifth year and his fifth team but he’s a good athlete and I wonder if Eddy D can make something of him.

43. Josh Bellamy, ST. If he could catch, he’d be a great receiver. But he can’t and the Bears shouldn’t waste any time trying to see if he’s learned. What he is, however, is a great special teams player who seems to make a handful of impact plays in that area every season.

42. Chris Prosinski, S. About the only good thing I can say about Prosinski is that he doesn’t kill you when he’s on the field.

41. Ka’Deem Carey, RB. Tough runner who breaks tackles and brings energy to the offense. But he’s small and slow. He really limits the playbook when he’s in the game and can’t pass block to save his life. But he sure is fun to watch when he has the ball in his hands.

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  • willbest

    I don’t see us running with fewer than 3 TEs and thus Brown makes the team. So Brown makes the team

    Reasons
    1) Simms isn’t a catching TE
    2) Miller gets hurt a lot
    3) 2 TE sets figure to be a thing this year.

    In fact, I expect there to be a 4th TE on the practice squad.

    • willbest

      I agree with Jeff. Grasu is going to be a backup C/G.

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      Miller is going to get cut.

      • CanadaBear

        Goes on IR in the pre season.

        • BearDown100393

          Camp

          • willbest

            Seems like somebody should start a pool.

        • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

          He is still injured from last year. Missed minicamp and a there is a chance he is not ready for camp.

      • I think they’ll find somebody willing to give up a conditional pick for him in a trade. Same for Grasu.

      • I agree cuz the Bears will save like 2m.
        He’s still our most dangerous TE as of right now, but that means little to the Bears

      • Irish Sweetness

        If they cut the best hands in the NFL, that’s just a hard thing to explain how that makes us a better team. To save two fucking million dollars?

    • I doubt we roll w 4 TEs.
      We’re either trading-cutting Miller or sending Brown to PS .

  • Of course Jeff puts a picture of the P at top of the article.

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      I initially thought that might be a picture of AD… he looks like he could sell auto parts.

    • AlbertInTucson

      So, you’re saying he P’d on us?

  • I think Webb and Banks are both way too high, as it would take a minor miracle for either to make the team but they’re both ranked like they should make the 53.

    • Figure Prince and Cooper are locks due to money, Callahan and LeBlanc both seem likely to stick too, and then McManis for ST. That leaves maybe 1 CB spot open, so maybe Banks sticks, I guess.

      • Elect A Clown. Expect A Circus

        If McManis makes the team again, Bears are in trouble. He is a terrible corner. Injuries do happen and the back ups end up playing. And guys like McManis should not be on the field.
        In this 3rd year of the rebuild no one should be making the roster on ST alone.

        Plus, even with McManis, Bellamy type Bears ST play over the last few years has been poor. So I don’t consider them irreplaceable on STs.

        • Ideally we find a gem like Graham who played CB and gunned well, but those types are rare.
          Given how much more the Bears seemed to invest in Specials this yr, I don’t see them just cutting McManis.
          And gunning is something coaches really can’t predict. It’s one of those skills you find out about on gameday, so conservative Fox will be gun shy

        • Irish Sweetness

          Well, the first sentence is just, y’know, not true.

      • willbest

        Callahan didn’t look like he showed all that much improvement year over year. They might be willing to move on from him, for the promise of something better. MB and I have a drastically different opinion on LeBlanc than pretty much the rest of the universe. I think somebody pointed out he was one of the best rated CB’s from last year’s team, though I can’t figure out why. His guy always seemed to be open.

        Is McManis the longest tenured Bear right now? What a sad state of affairs that is.

        • CanadaBear

          And the Beloved are still looking for a FB after trading Clutts for McManis.

          • Trading away Clutts because of “philosophy” was as stupid as trading away Olsen for that same reason. Good OCs find room for talent.
            Interestingly enough, that’s how we landed w Burton.
            The Meows phased out FB banking on Lesbo to take more control of the O.
            Let’s hope we get the flip side of that for once.
            From most accounts Burton is much better than Lasike, tho I’m still trying to figure out why Unrein isn’t used more esp on short-goaline

          • willbest

            Has any beat reporter asked about Unrein as FB? At least make Pox speaking some bullshit about how a competent DE is better for your team than an elite FB

          • I know i would but i haven’t heard any reporter ask.
            I don’t get the Chicago media.
            They crucify the Bears in their pieces yet when they have a chance to ask tough questions , they don’t.
            They’re like internet tough guys.
            When confronted in real life, they shrivel like an old penis in a cold tub.

          • CanadaBear

            They all want access to the team and are afraid to fuck it up. Sad.

          • That’s the one good thing about the NY and Philly market. They might be assholes, but at least they seem to ask the tough questions.

          • Corporal Clott

            FB ain’t exactly a valuable commodity in today’s NFL.

        • Callahan was hurt pretty much all last year. He needs to be healthy.

        • BerwynBomber

          Callahan played well when he was healthy. Problem is he might be a dark-skinned Conte when it comes to durability.

          But he plays a nice slot when available.

      • No Fuller?
        Prince-Cooper-Callahan will be starting. Fuller will get his shot unless someone really outshines him or he’s still a complete heartless pussy.
        McManis will be the last CB strictly on specials.
        Other factor to consider is that Prince is not exactly an iron man himself

        • BerwynBomber

          Nah, they’ll keep LeBlanc over McManis. Despite AD’s dim view of him, LeBlanc flashed in a couple of divisional road games last year (GB and DET).

          McManis has been a solid STer. Carved out a nice little NFL career for himself. Longest tenured current Bear, I believe. Admirable. But it’s time to say goodbye.

    • Elect A Clown. Expect A Circus

      Banks has had success that none of Callahan McManis Leblanc have. In 2013 and 2014, Banks had 7 INTs and 15 pass defensed. He was a top corner in the SEC. So he is pedigree is much higher. If he shows in training camp half of what he showed in in his first two years in Tampa, he should be a lock over all the UDFA crowd. Plus, he can play both slot and outside corner.

      If Banks and Fuller turn it around and have a decent camp, Bears cannot have better back ups than Banks and Fuller.

      • McManis’ spot has nothing to do with CB and everything to do with ST.

        • Irish Sweetness

          Yup, one of the safest spots on the roster is his.

    • BerwynBomber

      Yeah, LeBlanc will be higher on the depth chart than Webb.

    • Andrew Dannehy

      It’s not really a ranking of who is going to make the roster. There are three guys (Scales, Burton and Morgan) outside the top 53 players who are probably going to make it.

      • Fair enough.

      • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

        4 guys. BRAVERMAN!

  • Elect A Clown. Expect A Circus

    57. Michael Burton, FB. Considered to be a true blocking back and should be an upgrade over last year’s dead weight, Paul Lasike. But can they really justify keeping a fullback who hasn’t shown he can do anything but block?

    Yes, Bears will keep FB this year. Not only because they lucked into a good one when Lions cut Michael Burton but also because of Jordan Howard’s running style. Not every RB works well with a FB. Forte was terrible running behind fullbacks. But Howard has patience, vision and makes great last second decision behind his blockers. I think Burton will be crucial to Howard having same type of success as last year.

  • BerwynBomber

    O’Donnell looks like he could pull in major trim even w/out the help of his limited fame. The anti-Glennon.

    • Irish Sweetness

      His paycheck makes that automatic.

      • willbest

        If he is smart he is living a middle class existence, at least until he gets a second contract.

  • King of DBB

    Some Mitch the Bitch analysis

    • Corporal Clott

      I stopped watching when the dude mentioned his rainbow 6 channel right before comparing Mitch with Peyton Manning. You’re better than this GP. Hahaha

      • King of DBB

        This is today’s NFL fan Trac. You gotta listen to the kids. He found the 1977 ABC Superstars font in Powerpoint and he just RAN with it.

        • Corporal Clott

          It can’t be a pretty thing when old fan meets new fan in a dark alley behind the bar. Hee hee

    • So this guy is implying that Mitch was a better college QB than Peyton, or at the very least, comparable, then he hates giving up an extra 3rd rounder for him?

      Then in the “hates” he hates that we “backstabbed” Glennon?

      $18M+ plus the opportunity to fulfill your dream is now backstabbing?

      And godforbid, both pan out! Oh Nooos, what then? what could we possibly do with two good QBs when we haven’t had 1 since 85, and before, that, 1950!

      What a chump.

      • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

        My guess is he lives in Chicago and has a Youtube channel so he must be right and GP is going to believe everything he says.

      • Corporal Clott

        Thanks for wasting 10 minutes of your time so the rest of us could benefit from your sacrifice butch. It was very Trump of you. He he

      • Bender McLugh

        Seriously, I’ll never understand the argument that Glenn was wronged. Playa got paid

        • CanadaBear

          No doubt it was a kick in the pants when they drafted MT but Glennon had to know that was a possibility. $18.5 mil buys a lot of salve for a chapped ass!

      • Bender McLugh

        Hey man Erik Kramer was legit. #neverforget

        • CanadaBear

          He had a good year!

  • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis
  • fishing florida

    I miss Jay so much that I commissioned a sex doll with his likeness.

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      i guess that brings new meaning to strip sacking.

  • King of DBB

    PLayers we can get conditional picks for: Fuller, Grasu, Sherrick cause Data thinks St pogos are fresh

  • BuddhaJoe

    I saw Michael Burton in action with the Lions and he’s a damn fine blocker, it depends on whether or not they decide to run with a fullback.

    Pretty sure they’ll find a spot for Grassu since I don’t see Pace giving up on a 3rd rounder so soon, same reason I think Hall will make the cut over HJQ and Langford will get one more year to prove himself.

    • SC Dave

      There are a half dozen, at least, bubble guys I’d keep over Langford.

      But since Pace drafted him, I bet you’re right and he gets another year.

      • BuddhaJoe

        If they’re keeping 4 RBs, I’m one of the few that would take him over Carey. I like Carey’s effort, but he just doesn’t have the size or the speed. If they’re only keeping three, I think they’re both gone.

        • CanadaBear

          Carey and Langford are the same size but Langford is definitely faster. I’d take Carey over Langford for ST’s and overall effort. Either way, we’re talking the bottom of the roster.

          • SC Dave

            Langford has the absolute LOWESTnumber since he’s been in the NFL in yards after contact. And considering his vision appears no better, the fact that he can NEVER break a tackle means that unless he has *perfect* blocking, he gets nothing. Fuck him… he’s soooo a waste of a roster spot.

        • They’re not keeping 4 RBs or 4TEs esp if Bears keep 3 QBs

      • Johnnywad

        I don’t think Pace plays that game. He’s shown a willingness to part ways with just about anybody that doesn’t fit his plan.

        • CanadaBear

          If all things are equal, he’s picking his guy. Other than that, I agree with ya.

        • It seems like Pace gives Fox and Fangio roster control as it should be.
          It also seems like Fangio has a MUCH shorter fuse for benching and cutting guys than Fox.
          When Vereen stunk it up, he dumped him fast. Fangio did the same w a lot of other JAGS but due to all the injuries, he prob couldn’t dump as many as he eanted. He also had no problem starting Amos even as a rook and if Jackson steps up, i bet he’ll throw him out there like Amos.
          The only two guys Fangio has been patient w were Shea and Fuller, but that was mostly due to their 1st rd pedigree, and even then he wasn’t sentimental about (essentially calling Fuller soft)
          Fox seems much more reluctant about starting rooks (Howard) or cutting vets (Royal, etc)

        • SC Dave

          Really? How many of his draft choices have been cut? Granted, he’s brand new, but here it is:

          2015: White, Goldman, Grasu, Langford, Amos, Fabaluge
          2016: Floyd, Whitehair, Bullard, Kwiatkoski, Bush, Hall, Howard, H-Carson, BRAVERMAN

          Fabaluge is gone. We’ll see if ANY of these other guys are gone come opening day.
          Two belong on the roster beyond all doubt, and one could make cases for Goldman and Kwiatkoski. The rest? Guess we’ll see.

          • Johnnywad

            I didn’t specifically reference draft choices for a reason. He hasn’t been around long enough to have that many to waive.

            I’m basing it on his willingness to part ways with a Matt Forte or a Martellus Bennett type player. A proven commodity that just doesn’t fit moving forward. I’d say those decisions would be far more difficult to make than parting ways with a 4th round, dime a dozen RB just because he chose him personally.

            Pace makes decisions and acts. I don’t believe weak draft status will be much of an issue.

  • Bender McLugh

    Mitchell Cam Trubisky Newton. Our boy is going to score us some gotdamn rushing TDs in his career. Steve Young style

    • BearDown100393

      Willie Beeman

    • SC Dave

      Bobby Douglas was a good runner.

  • Irish Sweetness

    We don’t have anyone good enough for either tackle spot on the OL. The numbers say we don’t, and the eyeballs agree. We need to at least upgrade one of those positions sooner rather than later.

    We don’t have a replacement for Jordan. We have small guys, but no one of size.

    The offense is one injury away (on either OT position or Jordan Howard) from being a banjaxed offense that will easily be shut down.

    • Which AP OT and HB available did u have in mind?

      • Irish Sweetness

        Not my job. There’s a guy getting 6M a year to figure that out.

        • Johnnywad

          Every team in the league has holes.

          • Corporal Clott

            The Packers have at least 53 of em. He he

        • Well, if it were up to you, Bears would have Henry (no Floyd) and Fournette with ESPN all-star Cutler still on the team, so with all due respect….

          All-pro LTs don’t just grow on trees (to paraphrase glitchy). I can’t even remember one hitting FA, and in the draft, they’re about as boom-or-bust as possible

          (http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000656840/article/left-tackles-are-no-longer-safe-firstround-picks)

          and NONE in this past draft were highly rated, unless you wanted draft a 25yr old LT with questionable strength.

          And you wanted another AP RT on top of that?

          I want a threesome with bikini models who’ll pay for me when we go out and beer me on command…but it aint. gonna. happen.

          • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

            have a little faith, you can get the bikini models. the other stuff is just dream

          • A dream…just like Irish’s dream of 5 AP lineman and Cargo turning da corner finally…alas…

          • SC Dave

            The Fournette thing was just goofy. Especially if you think we have line problems.

    • CanadaBear

      The Bears have a FB now and Benny Cunningham is 215-220. Carey and Langford are both around 210. These aren’t tiny men. You bitch about the OL and brag about the WR’s. We see things quite differently.

      • Corporal Clott

        I sense your irritation Canada. I love me some Irish. He’s a breath of fresh air on da blog.

        • CanadaBear

          I totally agree about Irish. He’s one of my faves on here. Sure doesn’t mean I agree with him about the Bears or the NFL.

      • SC Dave

        Langford sucks Canada. He. Just. Does.

        • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

          Langford is awesome.

          {now you can call me a troll}

          • SC Dave

            I would love to be wrong about Langford. But it seems unlikely.

        • CanadaBear

          Don’t disagree.

    • SC Dave

      Oh really? Despite all those great WRs you have been crowing about?

    • Bender McLugh

      Nerp

  • Corporal Clott

    If it seems I’m picking on Jeff all the time, please consider the fact that I excercise more restraint than he does with his spontaneous twatter rants.

    His golf coverage complaints are Killin me.

    • CanadaBear

      All of us on here are fair game. If you post on here, you get what you get. My advice, stop looking at the twitter feed. Nothing good can come from that!

      • Corporal Clott

        I somewhat am entertained by his twatts. Kinda like a lion sporting with a mouse under the shade of a balboa tree in the Kalahari bush.

        • CanadaBear

          That’s VERY specific! I’ll have to take your word for it. Whenever I look at that feed he’s always responding to some one. I’m way too lazy (actually I couldn’t possibly have less interest) to see the entire thread.

          • Corporal Clott

            It tis the off season after all so my curiosity does get the better of me sometimes.

          • CanadaBear

            Good on ya! The older I get the less interest I have arguing with people.

          • SC Dave

            It’s about having your place established in the world, and realizing that you only affect that small sphere of people around you. So do the best you can by/with them, and leave all the shit you cannot control to someone else.

            And hope it’s not fucking Emery.

        • AlbertInTucson

          The complaint about the dreaded “In-game interview” is universal to any sports coverage.

          NEVER cut away from the field. Ever.

          And that includes for “Sideline reports”.

      • SC Dave

        No truer statement about this blog has ever been posted. And it’s exactly what keeps all us assholes on here.

        Or something like that.

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      you can learn a lot from the tweets. Like Jeff really just wants to watch golf….

      • willbest

        Sometimes I feel like it must be an acquired taste. Like if I am willing to torture myself with say 20 hours of golf coverage the Stockholm syndrome kicks in.

        • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

          I am pretty sure that kind of torture is prohibited by the Geneva Convention.

      • SC Dave

        *YAWN*

        Golf is almost as good as watching paint dry.

        • I don’t get watching cars turning left for hours either.

          • SC Dave

            Nor I.

        • AlbertInTucson

          It’s like the NBA. Just watch the last couple of holes in a tight match.

    • BuddhaJoe

      Eh, to each his own. I can’t stand watching golf, but I still watch the rasslin’ so I got no room to talk.

  • BuddhaJoe

    So a place just across the street from my favorite bar just opened up that has actual Italian beef and Maxwell St. Hot Dogs/Polish sausages. They even make their own giardiniera. My buddy who used to live in Chicago went there and said it’s better than most of the places in the city. I’m fuckin’ stoked to try it.

    • Johnnywad

      In Grand Rapids?

      • BuddhaJoe

        Yeah. You around here? I didn’t know. It’s called Big Willy’s (heh heh).

        • Johnnywad

          Kalamazoo area. But I do end up in Grand Rapids a few times a year for one reason or another. I’ll check it out.

          • BuddhaJoe

            Not sure how familiar you are with the area, but it’s in Eastown on the SE side. It’s a block from Mulligan’s, which IMO is the best dive bar in the city.

    • AlbertInTucson

      Mmmm.

      Gimme a beef.

      Wet.

      With peppers.

  • AlbertInTucson

    So, in addition to expressing no remorse whatsoever, other than the fact he got busted, when asked about the alcoholism program during his prison stretch, O.J. basically tells the Parole Board he didn’t need it or take it seriously.

    “Parole Granted”.

    Unanimously!

    Great system.

    • Worked for Red in Shawshank.

      • AlbertInTucson

        Except Red expressed ACTUAL remorse and regret.

        O.J. didn’t even try and fake it.

        That Nevada Parole Board crapped the bed on live TV.

        No white Bronco, Johnnie Cochran or clueless Lance Ito required.

        What a bunch of Bozos.

  • Was browsing through Dickerson piece (I know), but this is basically just a facts-based preview of the starting line-up.

    http://www.espn.com/blog/chicago-bears/post/_/id/4705708/bears-counting-on-quintin-demps-prince-amukamara-to-start-on-defense

    The one MONUMENTAL trend that jumped out:

    most every starter is coming back from some sort of inj

    Is this normal? This seems unusual high, but I don’t follow other teams enough to compare.

    Here we go.

    QB. Glennon. Well, considering he hasn’t started in 2 yrs…he’s good.
    HB. Amazingly, perhaps the most brutal position in the NFL, we’re ok (knock on wood) w exception of Langford who won’t even make the roster.
    FB. Who cares?
    WR. Well, Alshon is gone, but he’s an INJ waiting to happen anyways. But it gets better! Meredith, our default #1, fucked up his thumb already. Cruz has no achilles or something White has a metal rod. Yay!
    TE. Much like with QB, no attrition due to no playing time. Sims caught 25 passes. Sasheen was playing against future car salesmen. But luckily, Miller is coming off another inj, and is fated for one anyways.
    OL. Where to begin? Long had not one but TWO inj and is most likely going on PUP. Sitton also has an All-pro INJ he’s coming back from. Grasu is still rollerskating on one good ACL.

    DE. Actually, not bad relatively speaking. Hicks mercifully healthy. Bullard is healthy, but awful. Though, wait, our new DE Howard is indeed coming back from INJ, naturally.

    DT. Goldmen played a whole 6 games last season. He’ll play another 6 before Unrein has to pinch NT in 17 as well as FB.

    OLB. McPhee hurt his throat yelling at Cargo. Oh, also coming back from inj. But wait, there’s more! Our top 10 pick Floyd concussed twice, the last of which lingered until January. You don’t need to use your head to tackle, right?

    ILB. Does PED count as an INJ? Cuz if Freeman gets busted for PEDs again…And Tre ruptured his petellar tendon. Maybe Cruz can give him some tips about making a come back in 3 yrs.

    CB. Prince has been Mr. Glass except last season, and Cooper has missed time already due to ‘soft tissue INJ”. But it’s ok, cuz Callahan is also coming off INJ! Good thing McMannis is an ironman

    S. Phew. Demps is healthy. Holy shit. Then again, he wasn’t on the Bears last yr. Amos was though, and I’m sure you look forward to him starting. And for good measure, our new S Jackson also had a metal rod implanted in his leg. Those things never fuck up careers, right White?

    • Irish Sweetness

      The Sam Darnold training is stoking up!!

      PHWEEEEP!!

      All on board now!

  • Irish Sweetness

    For those interested in the UFO phenomenon only (there are many references e.g. to things like the Serpo expedition, with no further explanation).

    VERY interesting, and new. Grant Cameron suggests that Tom DeLonge, Dr, Greer et al were all selected by the powers that be to present disclosure based on their Messiah complexes, chosen for their massive egos. This makes sense, because anyone familiar with Greer knows he’s a huge narcissist, hence all the three-hour talks where you never see the audience, and it’s all about him. They are being fed information (from different but valid sources) in order to disclose it in different ways. Those that will drip-feed disclosure are just massive egos being handled by the CIA etc. Apparently DeLonge’s method will be media/fiction – if Steven Spielberg produces a 5 year sci-fi series soon with JJ Abrams directing (the names mentioned), then pay very close attention to the storyline ….

    He also points out that the most common ‘UFO’ sighting is the ‘ball of light’/golden orb phenomenon. I saw one hang over a racetrack in 1994 along with my father and 20,000 other witnesses. It remained over the race-course for at least twenty minutes before just disappearing. Has anyone else ever noticed this phenomenon?

    He refers to the Holloman AFB footage that was given (by the USAF) to a producer making a documentary in the early seventies “UFOs – past present and future”, perhaps the only real footage of an ‘alien’ craft that we have. It allegedly landed at the base in ’71, and an artist’s impression of the creatures is at the end of the clip. An early attempt at seeding the public for full disclosure.

    That footage is below, re-shown in a H channel doco :

    And I just came across this today – a guy compiled a book on all of the E.T. interest in missile sites, this is a 48 minute doco on the topic. Towards the end of it they show interviews with two radar operators that came forward, and haven’t been mentioned before, confirming the RAF Bentwaters object.

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