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Brad Biggs’ 10 thoughts on the Chicago Bears’ 34-14 season-opening loss to the Los Angeles Rams

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“When I looked at the list, it was less surprising just because when you add some context to it, you understand why a lot of the moves were made,” a national scout said after reviewing the chart. “Individually, just if you go down and look at it, Lovie Smith had been there in Tampa and hadn’t had success, Whisenhunt and Ruston kind of the same. With Fisher, the defense wasn’t effective anymore and that is supposed to be his expertise. The whole Fox thing, he didn’t know the Bears were taking Trubisky until the morning of the draft. Hue Jackson was a mess in Cleveland. The Todd Bowles firing was a little more interesting. They were just dysfunctional and the GM (Mike Maccagnan) should have been let go at the same time. I don’t know how he wasn’t. Wilks was one and done. Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen, that was a dysfunctional staff within a dysfunctional organization. Anthony Lynn, I think it was game management more than anything that got him and he wanted to start Tyrod Taylor over Herbert.

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