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10 minutes ago, MrCantaloupe said:

Full off the bone tear would cost him the year. A medium tear probably lands him on the PUP list. Groin injuries heal slowly and have a high potential for reinjury. Such a bummer. 

I believe the Bears believe they are contenders. A trade for Fournette or Hunt would be spicy to say the least. Would the Football Team move a back?

Which football team back would the Bears want. Barber? No thanks.

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Welcome aboard.  Since you're new here, the David Montgomery outlook thread is the Rotoworld equivalent of a senior citizen water aerobics class.  No one really gets excited.  Montgomery is mentioned

I actually think last game was positive for Montgomery.   The one thing I was looking for was whether Cohen's passing work would transfer over to Montgomery.  It did.  Montgomery had a season hig

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Would they be able to get Fournette for cheaper than Freeman.

 

Fournette is in great shape and did well last season. Since Tarik Cohen is speciality pass catcher, Freeman's value could come down a bit.

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12 minutes ago, MrCantaloupe said:

Full off the bone tear would cost him the year. A medium tear probably lands him on the PUP list. Groin injuries heal slowly and have a high potential for reinjury. Such a bummer. 

I believe the Bears believe they are contenders. A trade for Fournette or Hunt would be spicy to say the least. Would the Football Team move a back?

 

Hunt trade would be positively seismic in the magick foosball gig ... would easily vault Chubb to 4th overall (possibly higher if one loves the kid's game), and Khunt would jump right into the King Hendry/Cook tier. 

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3 minutes ago, ajs723 said:

Which football team back would the Bears want. Barber? No thanks.


More likely AP and let their younger backs develop.

More names being tossed around:

Gus Edwards
Royce Freeman
Leonard Fournette
Kareem Hunt
Marlon Mack


If I had my wish though, there's only one man I would want there: Mike Motherf*ckin' Boone. 

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2 minutes ago, pastorofmuppets2 said:

 

Hunt trade would be positively seismic in the magick foosball gig ... would easily vault Chubb to 4th overall (possibly higher if one loves the kid's game), and Khunt would jump right into the King Hendry/Cook tier. 

Don't think the Browns would even entertain the possibility of trading Hunt for whatever the Bears could offer. He's a big part of their plans.

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2 minutes ago, pastorofmuppets2 said:

 

Hunt trade would be positively seismic in the magick foosball gig ... would easily vault Chubb to 4th overall (possibly higher if one loves the kid's game), and Khunt would jump right into the King Hendry/Cook tier. 

if Hunt went to CHI, you still think he'd be a 1st rd pick?  would he just be the guy all year even if Montgomery came back?

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1 minute ago, DekuTree said:


More likely AP and let their younger backs develop.

More names being tossed around:

Gus Edwards
Royce Freeman
Leonard Fournette
Kareem Hunt
Marlon Mack


If I had my wish though, there's only one man I would want there: Mike Motherf*ckin' Boone. 

Someone like Freeman or Edward's would make more sense as a trade target. 

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1 minute ago, ajs723 said:

Don't think the Browns would even entertain the possibility of trading Hunt for whatever the Bears could offer. He's a big part of their plans.

 

i didn't propose it, i just commented on the ramifications 

1 minute ago, AlexxelA said:

if Hunt went to CHI, you still think he'd be a 1st rd pick?  would he just be the guy all year even if Montgomery came back?

 

have you watched both play professional tackle foosball?

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1 minute ago, pastorofmuppets2 said:

 

i didn't propose it, i just commented on the ramifications 

 

have you watched both play professional tackle foosball?

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Hunt would still have to run behind the worst run blocking line in the NFL. But I agree his value would skyrocket. 

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6 minutes ago, ajs723 said:

Hunt would still have to run behind the worst run blocking line in the NFL. But I agree his value would skyrocket. 

 

true about the line, but he has an open field pass catching dynamic/gear that Monty could never approach ... Khunt's ppr chops are immense, and he'd snag at least 50, even with Cohen lurking. 

... of course, Nagy - so, there's yer caveat. 

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1 minute ago, pastorofmuppets2 said:

HOLD THE PHONE AND PICK UP CPAT!!1!1!

 

(.... at least that's what CBSSportsline is shoveling).

 

 

 

hey, don't shoot the messenger, ya hear?

Pass! Patterson will be Patterson. There's not even a hypothetical situation where he would be a reliable fantasy option. He's a good real life player, and a nice weapon, but he's not going to be a traditional RB in this league.

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28 minutes ago, DekuTree said:


More likely AP and let their younger backs develop.

More names being tossed around:

Gus Edwards
Royce Freeman
Leonard Fournette
Kareem Hunt
Marlon Mack


If I had my wish though, there's only one man I would want there: Mike Motherf*ckin' Boone. 

I've been big on Gus Edwards of the Ravens since his rookie season in 2018 and think that he would be a perfect addition for early down work until Montgomery returns. (if he returns this season)  He also likely wouldn't cost a high draft pick.

The Bears could also trade for someone like Leonard Fournette or Marlon Mack but I think they'll either trade for a guy like Edwards or Royce Freeman or sign Devonta Freeman. 

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1 minute ago, ajs723 said:

Pass! Patterson will be Patterson. There's not even a hypothetical situation where he would be a reliable fantasy option. He's a good real life player, and a nice weapon, but he's not going to be a traditional RB in this league.

 

of course it's ridiculous, that was the purpose of my post 🤷‍♂️

(CBS shoveling ish on this one)

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8 minutes ago, ajs723 said:

Pass! Patterson will be Patterson. There's not even a hypothetical situation where he would be a reliable fantasy option. He's a good real life player, and a nice weapon, but he's not going to be a traditional RB in this league.

Patterson is a rb/wr hybrid, gadget and special teams player.  He is useful but would never be the main rb.

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34 minutes ago, sjm76 said:

Patterson is a rb/wr hybrid, gadget and special teams player.  He is useful but would never be the main rb.

 

Patterson gets a bump in return yard leagues from this, but agreed that in standard/PPR he's still a WR4.

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2 minutes ago, vercrazy said:

 

Patterson gets a bump in return yard leagues from this, but agreed that in standard/PPR he's still a WR4.

Patterson is a great return specialist and the Bears have used him at the goal-line before to vulture td's but he doesn't have the build to sustain being used too often.

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5 minutes ago, isuckatdfs said:

as someone who owns a lot of dobbins i am all for gus edwards getting traded to the bears.

Edwards or Royce Freeman of Denver would be logical trade targets because they both have the ability to be starters and likely wouldn't cost more than a 4th round draft pick.

Edwards especially is very expendable now after the Ravens drafted Dobbins to be their rb of the future and they also still have Justice Hill from last year.  Freeman is expendable because Denver has Melvin Gordon and Phillip Lindsay.

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5 minutes ago, isuckatdfs said:

bears could also just give pierce a shot and see what he has to offer. Bears are not really in contention anyways for 2020 no matter what they think. They would be best off taking a 1-15 for fields or lawrence.

I think the Bears are/were planning to give Montgomery another season to show that he can be a solid starter after he faltered last year and then spend a 1st or 2nd rounder on a rb in next year's draft if he plays like last year.

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26 minutes ago, isuckatdfs said:

the bears would be beyond stupid to not go qb in round 1. Even lance of north dakota state would be worth the shot.

I don’t trust the bears to evaluate QBs. They are better off throwing darts in later rounds for one. They had a 2/3 chance to land a franchise QB and whiffed horribly. 

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