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    Who else is cheering for Chicago to fall apart the rest of the season and give us a top 10 draft pick? Thanks so much Cutler

    I think this is not unreasonable

    McD definitely should have trade our first next year and not Chicago's, perhaps Cutler is the new Bledsoe?
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    I think we sent jay cutler as a spy!!
    "It's not how many breathes we take in a life time, but how many moments in our life time that take our breath away"

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    • #3
      I dont want a top 10 pick. I want a lower one so we can still afford to keep Marshall Kuper Doom and hopefully Scheff.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Atwnbroncfan View Post
        I dont want a top 10 pick. I want a lower one so we can still afford to keep Marshall Kuper Doom and hopefully Scheff.
        you understand that is will be easy to trade down, and only gain more picks or players
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        • #5
          well after the bungles finish their domination of the bears today, the bears will fall to 3-3. for a top 10 pick i think they need to go something like 6-10 or worse. 7-9 to 8-8 would probably get us 11-16.

          so we need the bears to lose 7 more games! i can see them losing to the vikings x2, packers, cardinals, eagles, and the ravens. that would give them 9 loses. lets hope for an upset somewhere!

          go browns next week!

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          • #6
            By the time the Bears season is over we are going to have the perfect draft pick.

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            • #7
              yep:go:

              Matt Forte keeps looking more and more like a mediocre runningback..UNFORTUNATELY(have him in lots of fantasy leagues).

              Defense is not there without Urlacher.

              IMO Lovie Smith is a horrible coach.

              They have no good recievers.

              And finaly without good recievers Cutler is just plain out not good.

              I think a top 12 pick isnt...wait Cutler just threw another Interception....A TOP 10 PICK

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              • #8
                A top ten pick wouldn't be bad, but its not necessary since this is a very deep draft.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Atwnbroncfan View Post
                  I dont want a top 10 pick. I want a lower one so we can still afford to keep Marshall Kuper Doom and hopefully Scheff.
                  I agree with that logic but, this is one draft where there's going to be a lot of teams clamoring to move up tho. I don't think there'd be any trouble trading away a 4-10 draft pick and really get some team building picks lined up. Perfect scenario I would say would be Chicago lands us a top 5(not going to happen)- we trade down to 12ish and pick up several other very nice picks. I try not to be to greedy, Chicago can go 7-9,8-8, but preferably not any better than that.. Go Cinncy....?!

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                  • #10
                    The higher the pick the better. If we were to get a top 12 pick, and had to lose one of our key guys, we could replace them with a player that high. For example: Marshall (Dez Bryant), Elvis Dumervil (Jerry Hughes), Kyle Orton (Sam Bradford). Just saying, but this higher the pick the better, and if we were to resign all those guys, it gives us the opportunity to trade down and get more value from the pick. It's a win-win.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Snarfalicious View Post
                      The higher the pick the better. If we were to get a top 12 pick, and had to lose one of our key guys, we could replace them with a player that high. For example: Marshall (Dez Bryant), Elvis Dumervil (Jerry Hughes), Kyle Orton (Sam Bradford). Just saying, but this higher the pick the better, and if we were to resign all those guys, it gives us the opportunity to trade down and get more value from the pick. It's a win-win.
                      idk about you....but i'd much rather have the proven product. especially since none of the players you mentioned are more then 26 years old which means any rookie we draft will only give us an extra 2-3 years of play (which will be spent on the learning curve anyway)



                      for now, i'd say the higher the better. logically speaking, 12 would be ideal (its been good to us lately). but i'm sure that when draft day comes around, theres always gonna be another b.j. raji or orakpo that seems just out of reach in the top ten.
                      disclaimer: if the above post appears to contain outrageously illogical content, ITS PROBABLY SARCASM

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                      • #12
                        Cutler is trying to kill our salary cap... His final trick
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                        • #13
                          well isnt next year going to be an un-capped year??And dont we still have above av cap room right now? We should still keep Doom,Marsh and Kuper and still have enough room for a top ten draft pick.

                          If it is that high i really hope we pick up Mays

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                          • #14
                            Check the current standings and you'll see there are a lot of terrible teams right now. I just don't see the Bears falling that far. I think we're likely looking at a pick in the mid-teens.
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                            • #15
                              We should be able to resign our players IMO (at least Marshall, Dumerville, Orton, and Kuper). Maybe more, maybe less, but I think Marshall and Dumerville are locks to be extended assuming Marshall will still want to be here.

                              As for the draft I would love for a Bears collapse and a top 10 pick. With games against Vikings twice, Philly, Baltimore, Green Bay, (and potentially can lose to Arizona and San Fran), it isn't quite out of question. Realistically, we will get a pick in mid-teens, I just don't know who we will draft though. I like Arthur Jones, McClain, Spikes, and even potentially another WR threat in Dez Bryant. Marshall and Bryant would be scary with Royal potentially in the slot. Hmm.

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