Why bad teams stay bad
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01-02-2018, 11:38 PM

Piss poor leadership from the top.  If there's not a clear directive <"win" is not a clear directive> they will forever falter.  Case in point:  This story out of Chicago:

CHICAGO BEARS: This is fascinating: On Monday, general manager Ryan Pace said the Bears were discussing allowing quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who just finished his first pro season, to have a say in the head-coaching selection process. That would be unorthodox, to say the least. But whoever has a voice, finding someone who can develop Trubisky will be a priority for Pace, and having the ability to mold a franchise quarterback will be a powerful draw for an offensive coach, even if the power dynamic could be skewed by having Trubisky help pick his new boss. Could the Bears try to find the next young coordinator -- a Sean McVay of the Midway -- to team with Trubisky?
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01-03-2018, 01:32 AM

Hopefully he picks Todd Haley.

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