One Bears veteran recently told CSNChicago.com that Shea McClellin should have gone to a 3-4 team from the get-go and if he had, McClellin’s career might be different.
With any front office shakeup comes dramatic changes, and when new people are hired, they like to bring in familiar faces.
Regardless of how events play out between the Bears and John Fox – it may in fact not work out; nothing is done ‘til it’s done – the process has been nothing if not revealing about new general man
The makeover of the Bears by new general manager Ryan Pace moved ahead in a not-unexpected direction as pro personnel director Kevin Turks was let go after 13 years with the organization.
Run-pass balance has never been an end in itself, simply a means to an end. The bigger issue lies in knowing yourself, your limitations and your strengths.