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I always respect Dickerson's opinion.

At No. 3, Bears would be smart to draft pass-rusher such as Jonathan Allen http://es.pn/2kbkpF1
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I really believe this is the course they will take. 
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Again. I don't know. What if he does?
I guess we'll be a poorer team in a wide receiving sense, but is he a disruptive influence?

In Lester’s latest T Formation Conversation podcast, he talks abut the veteran free agent wide outs that could be targeted if the Chicago Bears allow Alshon Jeffery to leave.
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I'm saying that if Pace would have got aggressive at the trade deadline and had thrown out the names Cutler and Jeffery he could have gotten more draft choices and gotten rid of two headaches , now do you tag Jeffery and pay him 17 mill IMO that's far too much money that can be spent elsewhere and Cutler just needs to go away, Pace says he wants to build from the draft and be aggressive I think he missed opportunity there 
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+Bob Tolley No way on Crappolo as Terry says, either way we have got to get a QB. We can have the no 1 Defense but without a QB to put points on the board we will still lose. 
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Getting Glasnow and Bell from the Pirates would be sweet.
If Hahn could another position player or two added to the deal, then we'd have to say yes. Yes?
I really like the way this is going from the roster standpoint, but it always comes back to the fact that Cooper and Steverson are still employed by Reinsdorf and Williams. Talk about a blind spot!


The smart money is on Quintana being dealt before spring training begins.
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Todd Frazier agrees to $12 million, 1-year deal with White Sox http://es.pn/2jFh390
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And the railways. And retake the NHS.
Take a breath.
Increase welfare for the most vulnerable, to give them disposable income.
At that point we can let business be business, without the horrifying excesses of the right wing.
Then we can be sensibly left of centre, kind, progressive, tolerant, inclusive and ANTI MEDIA.



Corbyn: State should take control of failing care homes - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38608375
Failed private care homes could be taken into public ownership under a future Labour government.
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For crying out loud Trevor. You've been doing this for years. If you want to score points and never concede anything, then please respond to someone else's posts.
Of course I could name dozens of successful, government run initiatives AND projects, and if you focused your energies constructively, so could you.
You and I are going to agree to disagree, until you stop treating social media as a competitive sport. People like you are part of the reason that I mainly post on specialist sites these days.
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This 'Romo to Bears' thing won't go away.

Tony Romo would be QB upgrade for Bears but not a title solution http://es.pn/2k75KdG
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It's an odd one isn't it?
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Again. I don't know. What if he does?
I guess we'll be a poorer team in a wide receiving sense, but is he a disruptive influence?
And how do balance those factors?

In Lester’s latest T Formation Conversation podcast, he talks abut the veteran free agent wide outs that could be targeted if the Chicago Bears allow Alshon Jeffery to leave.
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+Dean Stone​​ Some interesting thoughts here, but your last one rang true with me. I like the direction. Fix the secondary, secure a franchise QB, sort out the training schedule and discipline (injury and penalties are killing us), and this is a good team. It's all do-able, so let's crack on.
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Getting Glasnow and Bell from the Pirates would be sweet.
If Hahn could another position player or two added to the deal, then we'd have to say yes. Yes?
I really like the way this is going from the roster standpoint, but it always comes back to the fact that Cooper and Steverson are still employed by Reinsdorf and Williams. Talk about a blind spot!


The smart money is on Quintana being dealt before spring training begins.
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+Steve Sutherland I agree
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I really don't understand their definition of a rebuild I really don't 
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I like the way the pitching is going, and I like that we're playing hard-ball with Quintana.
Worst case scenario? Q stays with the Sox for a while. This whole scenario is win win.

Dan Jennings, Jake Petricka agree with Chicago White Sox http://es.pn/2jD6J0X
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I think that it's business as usual on the south side, I was sceptical on the ability of management to be able to put the right pieces together IMO they got fleeced in the Sale trade, and the Eaton trade was better but all they did was add arm's only one position player that has a legitimate chance to make an impact, the resigning of Garcia and Lawrie is an insult to Sox fans, the signing of Abreu would be better if they had a legitimate hitting coach and Abreu was working on his ability to play first base , still no catchers and center fielder , after four years of mediocrity this is not a rebuild this is business as usual for the south side, once again the ineptness of the front office is the same , they can have all the arm's they want but unless you have players that can play the positions and catch the ball and know where to throw it and hit the ball more than they get themselves out by swinging at bad pitches this team will never improve no matter how long you give it, thanks to the stooges that run the ball club 
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I like the way the pitching is going, and I like that we're playing hard-ball with Quintana.
Worst case scenario? Q stays with the Sox for a while. This whole scenario is win win.

Dan Jennings, Jake Petricka agree with Chicago White Sox http://es.pn/2jD6J0X
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