Colin Cowherd: “The Bears operate like it’s a 1958 franchise. They are a black and white TV in a digital world. They just do not feel like they’re connected, they’re slow to pivot, and they can’t figure out the salary cap… The Rams manipulate the salary cap, the salary cap manipulates the Bears. Name their best receiver ever? Name their best quarterback ever? They just don’t get offense. They have romanticized Ditka and the ’85 Bears FOREVER. Enough! Pivot to offense! Give up Roquan Smith and get Justin Fields help! Nobody needs linebackers to win anymore.” (Full Segment Above)
Watch Colin Cowherd explain why he thinks the Chicago Bears are the most out-of-touch team in the NFL, detailing how the franchise killed its future by romanticizing their glory days of dominant defenses in the 1980s, while completely overlooking offensive ingenuity in the years following their 1985 Super Bowl victory.
Check out the video above as Colin says it's time the team trades All-Pro linebacker Roquan Smith immediately and tries to acquire weapons for Justin Fields.