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dallasbear

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1410 on: January 13, 2023, 10:47:42 am »
RG Teven Jenkins
2023 cap hit: $2.29 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 0.98%

TE Cole Kmet
2023 cap hit: $2.41 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 1.03%

QB Trevor Siemian
2023 cap hit: $2.47 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 1.05%


K Cairo Santos
2023 cap hit: $3.25 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 1.39%

DE Al-Quadin Muhammad
2023 cap hit: $4.5 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 1.92%

QB Justin Fields
2023 cap hit: $5.15 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 2.19%

C Lucas Patrick
2023 cap hit: $5.38 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 2.29%

DT Justin Jones
2023 cap hit: $7.4 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 3.15%

LG Cody Whitehair
2023 cap hit: $14.1 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 6.01%

S Eddie Jackson
2023 cap hit: $17.09 million
Percentage of 2023 cap: 7.29%

Who stays?  Who gets cut?

chifaninva

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1411 on: January 13, 2023, 11:18:03 am »
WTF? Eddie Jackson, $17 million. Without knowing the rest of the deal, hard to know if next year he or someone else is cheaper.. I can't get over these numbers..

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1412 on: January 13, 2023, 11:24:07 am »
Jackson is so inconsistent. He's a upgrade path IMO. Whitehair takes a cut or is playing elsewhere IMO....
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dallasbear

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1413 on: January 13, 2023, 03:06:58 pm »

Jackson was the highest rated player on the defense last year (I know...the tallest midget).

Whitehair was up and down.  I initially wanted to keep him another year to retain some sort of stability on the line and permit the team to look at options at other positions in need of more help.

BUT $17 MILLION DOLLARS for a 30 year old guard?
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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1414 on: January 14, 2023, 11:02:52 am »
Look at the money some of the players throughout the league make. There's not some magical bucket of money this comes from. Directly and indirectly this money comes from the consumers. You have to ask yourself, is the product being produced worth it... Hell no! This is a big reason I quit directly contributing to the pot. I watch however I can (free), or listen to the broadcast however I can (free). Average yearly income for an American family is somewhere around $60k. Embarrassing...
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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1415 on: January 14, 2023, 11:23:11 am »
Look at the money some of the players throughout the league make. There's not some magical bucket of money this comes from. Directly and indirectly this money comes from the consumers. You have to ask yourself, is the product being produced worth it... Hell no! This is a big reason I quit directly contributing to the pot. I watch however I can (free), or listen to the broadcast however I can (free). Average yearly income for an American family is somewhere around $60k. Embarrassing...

Yeah I used to take my family to a game or two a year when we could do so for about $250.

Now itís $600+ for the same product and not worth it for 3 hours entertainment.

I still go to occasional games when invited by lawyers and vendors I hire who all have season tickets.

I came to realize now most of the fans are the same, business and their clients, not families.

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1416 on: January 18, 2023, 06:17:12 am »
I fly up to Chicago for one home game with my son and his friend.  We go to Gibson's for dinner one night.  Weekend trip.  It is expensive but spending the time with someone you love doing the things that you both love to do...priceless.   Now that being said my annual income is not the average person and it does stink that the average Joe cannot afford to take his family to a game.
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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1418 on: January 18, 2023, 09:32:02 am »

JACKIEJOKEMAN REDUX

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1419 on: January 19, 2023, 12:15:28 am »

 Yeah yeah I know its 2023 and this thread sez 2022 and yer thinking can we update to a 2023 Chicago Bears thread but lets be real ...

 who around here even can put forward that kind of effort around here ?

 I can't.

 It's already late January.

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1420 on: January 19, 2023, 06:21:12 am »
I see somebody looks at the calendar. Brilliant.

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1421 on: January 20, 2023, 07:42:33 pm »
I see somebody looks at the calendar. Brilliant.

 Somebody should that wants to see this motherfuucking team advance.

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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1422 on: January 23, 2023, 09:19:47 pm »

 Heading into February without a 2023 CHICAGO BEARS forum. I know it's tough and it breaks your heart to give up the past.

 It has to be done however like that root canal you've been putting off.


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Re: 2022 Chicago Bears
« Reply #1424 on: February 02, 2023, 03:46:59 pm »
Its that time of the season for hot takes, bad takes, and just downright Mr Obvious takes.....

Its also the lying season for NFL front offices and their shills FWIW.....