Do you still think we’ll be 10-6 at the end of the year?
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All the Bears have to do at this point is go 3-3 the rest of the way to reach that goal of 10-6. It becomes a matter of are there three games in their remaining schedule that look like favorable winning opportunities. One would say the matchups against the Giants and 49ers would qualify given their respective records. That means the Bears just have to win one of the four against the Lions, Packers, Rams, and Vikings to reach the promised land.
When do u think Mitch breakout year will be?
It’s important to remember that Nagy runs a version of the West Coast offense. This is one of the most complex and detailed offensive systems there are in football. Asking a player to execute it at a peak level in one year? Almost impossible. On average it takes two or three seasons to fully master it. I would say Trubisky really starts to rev things up at some point early in the 2019 season. That should fall right in with the normal timeline.
Is Adrian Amos worth resigning considering all of his interceptions are handed to him by either his teammates or the other team? While he is a quality safety and doesn’t make many mistakes he doesn’t make enough impact plays in my opinion.
I’ve remained lukewarm on Amos for a long time now. He plays a nice role in the defense as it is but his place on the totem pole is near the bottom. He’s a solid run defender who doesn’t make too many mistakes in coverage. He is not a ballhawk in any respect. That may be enough for some but I’ve always said the goal of a team is to find ways to get better. I think they can do better than Amos. They may try to get him back next year on an affordable deal, which is fine. He will not and should not get a big payday.