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Bears offensive players say Fields is not the answer - one of the few white players on the Bears, Cole Kmet, blasts Justin Fields. Kmet say Fields couldn't or "wouldn't" throw him the ball. Sounds to me like Fields, in my opinion, may be an anti-white racist who wouldn't throw to Kmet even when he's open.



"I have it from a number of sources, that not everybody on the Bears offense is convinced Justin Fields is the answer. Not that they’re negative about it. Not that they think he’s a bad football player. Not that they don’t like him… By the way he played this year that they’re not sure he can be their franchise quarterback. I have it from a really good source that one of those people could be Cole Kmet, who felt there were times that Fields just wouldn’t or couldn’t give him the ball.”
 

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if you only complete 10 to 12 passes per game, you’re ruining the careers of your tight ends and wide receivers. It’s unsustainable.
 

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Bears released WR Thomas Ives today. This team might end up being the blackest in the league.

That would go perfect with their lesbian crt mayor they have that even most of her own people hate her. The Bears have not been
white friendly in so long it's hard to ever remember that. Aside from Urlacher, maybe the 80's Super Bowl Days. It's been dark for a
very long time. Whites not need apply.
 
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That would go perfect with their lesbian crt mayor they have that even most of her own people hate her. The Bears have not been
white friendly in so long it's hard to ever remember that. Aside from Urlacher, maybe the 80's Super Bowl Days. It's been dark for a
very long time. Whites not need apply.
it's pretty simple, they will lose and lose big for the foreseeable future, 5 wins would be a great year with that garbage roster and horrible GM. They will be a team that i will bet against every chance i get
 

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Claypool had a really good rookie season but it's been straight downhill since. He's another one of those players more interested in getting stoned and posting on social media than improving as a receiver. He was also in Paris during the offseason doing some modeling. Pretty much yet another NFL diva receiver. Great move by the Steelers getting rid of him last season, bad move by the Bears giving up a second round pick for him.
 

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PJ Walker, one of the worst QBs to get multiple starts in the NFL, cut after being signed in the off-season to be the backup. Tyson Bagent, the UDFA who had a fantastic preseason, has earned the #2. Nathan Peterson sticks around as the QB3.
 

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PJ Walker, one of the worst QBs to get multiple starts in the NFL, cut after being signed in the off-season to be the backup. Tyson Bagent, the UDFA who had a fantastic preseason, has earned the #2. Nathan Peterson sticks around as the QB3.

Bagent actually looked good in the three preseason games. I watched all his snaps, his last game he should of had a TD pass but the perfectly thrown ball was dropped in the end zone by the TE. His mechanics are very good, he gets the ball out quickly, seems to process information well and made mostly good decisions with the ball. He is light on his feet and illustrates good mobility in and out of the pocket. The Bears DWFs seem to have taken a liking to him as well so Fields will need to live up to the hype.
 

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Bagent actually looked good in the three preseason games. I watched all his snaps, his last game he should of had a TD pass but the perfectly thrown ball was dropped in the end zone by the TE. His mechanics are very good, he gets the ball out quickly, seems to process information well and made mostly good decisions with the ball. He is light on his feet and illustrates good mobility in and out of the pocket. The Bears DWFs seem to have taken a liking to him as well so Fields will need to live up to the hype.
Well Bagent had better be ready to play. Players like Fields tend to have a short shelf life. I only watched maybe a game or so worth of Bears play last year and was unimpressed with Fields. His arm isn't bad, he can throw an accurate ball, but he's a one-read and go QB. Of course with the import of the college spread to the NFL, teams can make it work. Look at Philly last year with Hurts. Fields is a very good runner which accounts for much of his success. He's better at taking advantage of broken plays than the Malik Willis' of the NFL. Of course no one wants to see injuries happen.......
 
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