Tag "Mitchell Trubisky"

One Bust for Each AFC North Team in 2022

Every team has one piece that fails to live up to the hype entering the new season. The AFC North teams are no different.

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Dorm Room Dispute: Mitch Trubisky is a Winning Quarterback

In today’s Dorm Room Dispute, Mitch addresses Saint Patrick’s day being overrated, contemplates whether or not Tom Brady does dishes, and compares the Jacksonville Jaguars’ moves to a shopping spree at Walmart.

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2022 NFL Free Agent Rankings: Quarterback

With the 2022 NFL Free Agency period set to start in about a week, it is a good time to start previewing the group currently set to hit the market. To start, we will evaluate the quarterbacks who are going to be available.

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Best Fantasy Fit for Free Agent Quarterbacks

While Super Bowl 56 still has to be played, it’s never too early to look towards the offseason. Much will change between now and March 16, when free agency starts.

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Best Fantasy Fit for the Top 5 Free Agent Quarterbacks

The 2021 NFL offseason officially kicks off on March 17, when free agency begins. In a four-part series, I give the best fantasy landing spot for the top five free agents at each position. First up is quarterbacks.

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Chicago Bears Offseason Preview

After starting the season 5-1, the Chicago Bears then lost six games in a row. That put head coach Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace on the hot seat. However, after the six-game skid, they rallied back and finished the season 8-8 for the second year in a row. With the expanded playoff field, the Bears made the playoffs but were eliminated by the New Orleans Saints by a score of 21-9. 

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Chicago Bears 2020 Season Recap

Nothing came easy for the Chicago Bears during the 2020 NFL season. They won five of their first six games by a combined margin of 20 points, and a 5-1 start was overshadowed by head coach Matt Nagy benching Mitchell Trubisky for Nick Foles.

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Five Critical Mistakes that Cost the Chicago Bears the Wild Card Victory

The Chicago Bears were huge underdogs going into their first-round matchup in New Orleans, but they had a chance to win if it wasn’t for their costly mishaps. They were the last NFC team that got into the playoffs and entered the Wild Card round as 11-point underdogs on the road versus the Saints.

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