I have to disagree. Pace staked his job on the Trubisky draft pick. If it doesn't work then he should have no voice in bringing in another qb after this and the Glennon fiasco. Bring in a new gm and then Nagy is in a one year audition to remain as head coach. Also it shouldn't take much draft capital to get someone like Foles. The Jags don't want a $20 million backup on the sidelines.They don’t have a first round pick. So they obviously can’t go that route to get a qb. I suspect they’ll sign a free agent who can compete with Mitch for the starting job.
I don’t really see the point of bringing in a new GM when he would have so few picks to do anything with. It’s not like baseball where a desperate GM can cripple a team’s future with a bunch of bad free agent signings.
defense simultaneously kept us in the game by giving up only field goals while also keeping drives alive with those ridiculous offsides penaltiesMultiple things to look at in this Bears loss. Offensive ineptitude in the 1st half. Defense giving up the first downs on the final drive. Rather interesting that the defense was the reason they were able to stay in the game early before ultimately being their undoing late.
Someone in my league a few years ago lost by .1 because roethlisberger knelled it three times to end the game, losing 3 yards and swinging it from a .1 victory to a tie to a .1 loss.I know there's not much talk about fantasy football in this thread but the final sack and then scoop and score by Dallas at the end of the Monday night game literally swung my match-up. Before that play, I was down by 7.38 points and was basically looking at a loss. I especially figured I'd be done after Dak threw that TD pass to Amari Cooper. Then the sack and the scoop and score happens and I end up winning by 1.62 points.
Needless to say my opponent was none too pleased to lose in that fashion. Fantasy football can be cruel sometimes and even that's one of the worst suck outs I've ever seen.