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Angelo and Martz didn't set foot on the field but that's the only way they could make this team worse.
Hey Jerry, you're the general manager of an NFL team, here's a tip: get someone who can play quarterback behind Jay Cutler.
Or retire already.
Because Caleb Hanie, Todd Collins, Josh McCown and Nathan Enderle, are a waste of time.
What's the point of a backup quarterback if his appearance in the game means the team has effectively conceded?
And speaking of losing games before they start, is Mike Martz still in Chicago?
Didn't some college in the desert want him to obfuscate their offense?
Wish that had happened.
Because there's no point in the Bears continuing to run a scheme so complicated nobody except Martz can understand it.
Newsflash: if the 11 guys on the offense can't figure out how to run the play, the team might as well draw routes in the dirt. It will be more effective than tossing interceptions.
Get this, Angelo signed Josh McCown to be the backup because he "understood the Martz playbook."
Apparently, the part he understood was "throw it to the other team."
Too late. Hanie already mastered that section.
Here's what I want to know: did Martz and Angelo float rumors of their impending retirement or fake coaching opportunities to open a backdoor for when they get run out of Chicago?
If so, give 'em a pat on the back. Smartest thing they've done in years.