Hahaha. Oh, those fools will believe ANYTHING!
Category: NFL Draft
After seeing the NFL Draft become a weekend-long party, who wouldn’t want to host?
Ryan Pace’s draft classes are passing with flying colors.
Kerrith Whyte Jr. is an absolute speed demon.
The Bears drafted a big, fast cornerback with their final pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Don’t blink. You just might miss new Bears running back Kerrith Whyte Jr. take one to the house.
An off-the-radar prospect cornerback is on his way to Chicago!
Another Georgia Bulldog is making a home at Halas Hall as Riley Ridley joins the Dawg house.
Chase McLaughlin was the Big Ten’s best kicker in 2018 and probably should be a person of interest for the Bears as an undrafted free agent.
Riley Ridley has reliable hands, excellent route-running skills, and some success against college football’s best competition.
The Bears felt the need to trade up and draft David Montgomery, who was was one of the top-ranked running back prospects.
The Bears have just three picks today, so they better make them count!
How about some David Montgomery highlights to peruse?
The ever-elusive David Montgomery joins the Bears’ backfield.
The Bears are picking tonight!
No franchise has the history of excellent inside linebackers like the Bears.
The Bears had one of football’s best offensive lines in 2018, but there is nothing wrong with adding depth to round out the group.
Wouldn’t it be nice to add another menacing threat to the Bears’ defensive line?
Good news: It’s *FINALLY* draft day. Bad news: The Bears don’t have a first-round pick.
The Bears could use a physically imposing tight end to a group that has struggled to find consistency.
The Bears could be in position to infuse some youth into the secondary in the middle rounds.
Eddie Jackson was football’s best safety in 2018, but the Bears could look to team him with someone younger in the future.
Much like good baseball teams can’t have enough pitchers, good football teams can never too many good pass-rushers.
For the first time in a long time, the Bears don’t have a desperate need to draft a wide receiver.
It feels good not to need a quarterback.
It’s time for an arms race.
Potential Bears Draft Target Miles Sanders Says “I Can Be That Alvin Kamara or Tarik Cohen Type” of RB
The idea of a Tarik Cohen-Miles Sanders backfield tag-team is mouth-watering.
The Bears will have no shortage of running back options when they’re on the clock.