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 Post subject: Bears looking to interview Bevell
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Per ESPN. Not gonna lie, at the beginning of the year would have loved Bevell to go away, but now.......I don't want him to go.

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HAhahaaha lol people say he sucks, but yet other teams want him now.

His biggest haters probably aren't gonna own up to it though.


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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/01/06/report-bears-seek-permission-to-interview-bevell/


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Its so tough to be the first one to report a story here.


You're telling me LOL. I have posted a subject that's already been posted many times, I am no stranger to it.


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 Post subject: Re: Bears looking to interview Bevell
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HAhahaaha lol people say he sucks, but yet other teams want him now.

His biggest haters probably aren't gonna own up to it though.


He has improved considerably in the latter part of this year. However, I still don't think he's great. He's not bad, but...Look at how long it took him to adjust to what the Rams were stuffing down our throats in week 17.

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I think Bevell has done a great job this, especially the second half of the season. The worst thing for a young QB is to change his coordinator, so, yea, I hope we keep Bevell if just for continuity.

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RW is the brains of our offense. Makes Bevell look good.


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I'll still let him go. I don't think he's a great play caller.

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Why would they? Cutler isn't the same type of QB as RW, and I'm not sure if that is the reason for his success or not....

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Bevell is not as critical a loss as Cable would be.


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Bevell is not as critical a loss as Cable would be.


As far as coaches go, I'd say Cable's the most critical person we could lose, short of Carroll.

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Bevell's biggest issue, imo, is that it takes him until halftime before he adjusts to the opponent's blitz schemes.

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Cable is the guy. Bevell is not HC material.


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I've defended Bevell all year. Everyone exagerates the bad plays and lays the good ones on others. Bevell is a big part of why we're where we are.

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RW is the brains of our offense. Makes Bevell look good.


Precisely. /couldCareLess


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I've defended Bevell all year. Everyone exagerates the bad plays and lays the good ones on others. Bevell is a big part of why we're where we are.

Um no...today was a good example of what Bevell's capable of.


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RW is the brains of our offense. Makes Bevell look good.


Precisely. /couldCareLess


You don't even know dude, you are just totally guessing. All the credit for the offense should be divied up into good execution and good playcalling. You can't just say Russell is doing great with no help from Bevell.


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hawksfan515 wrote:
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RW is the brains of our offense. Makes Bevell look good.


Precisely. /couldCareLess


You don't even know dude, you are just totally guessing. All the credit for the offense should be divied up into good execution and good playcalling. You can't just say Russell is doing great with no help from Bevell.


If the Bears had the choice, they'd rather have RW over Bevell.


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 Post subject: Re: Bears Want to Interview Bevell
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I like Bevell. It takes everybody some time to find their groove. He's found his. Let it ride man. He didn't get much of a chance in Minnesota because Favre was there and he didn't take orders from anybody, and Childress called his own plays. Now he's building an offense. He's young. It wasn't that many years ago that Bevell was winning a Rose Bowl as a QB for Wisconsin. He didn't get dumb overnight and he didn't get smart overnight. It's a process, and many great coaches are those who've honed their skills over years and years. Well... Bevell's play calls have improved tremendously as he's had the leash lifted on the QB and the team looks fantastic. I'd rather keep him. We're running a better offense than Norv Turner has in years, and he seems to be the measuring stick for OC's according to a lot of folks. I'll keep Bevell thank you.

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I don't at all like the idea of changing O-coordinators on Wilson after on year.

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If i had to lose Bevell, Bradley, or Cable, I'd probably go with Bevell as he has had the most struggles and is less of a personality. But I hope we can keep all our coaches as next year we have only a few Free Agents and should be even better with a much easier schedule.

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I've defended Bevell all year. Everyone exagerates the bad plays and lays the good ones on others. Bevell is a big part of why we're where we are.

Um no...today was a good example of what Bevell's capable of.


At least make sense if you're gonne quote me and disagree.

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I'll still let him go. I don't think he's a great play caller.


He's a great play designer, but not great at actually calling plays IMO.
I think he'd be a great coach if there was someone out there who actually told him which of his plays to use and when


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I don't like Bevell one bit... but I'd rather not force the team to learn another playbook.... AGAIN....

If he would just learn how to call screens to back up defenses, he probably wouldn't irritate me so much.


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I bate Bates would love working for Bevell. lol.

I hope Bevell stays. He's no genius, but his playbook seems like a very natural fit with Wilson/Lynch. His playcalling variety and creativity has improved month by month since coming here. That said, he will look very ordinary without Wilson. And I don't think he'd last in a franchise that just fired a 10-6 coach.


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If he goes, I'd offer the job to Cable. The guy is already familiar with Wilson, knows what works and what doesn't. I think it would be a fairly smooth transition.


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It's funny, some folks are castigating Bevell for not changing plays quick enough. So, what's he supposed to do ? IF we run 2 run plays, and they don't go for much, we just abandon the run and go 5 wide the rest of the game ? Brilliant.

You execute your game plan, since it was scouted and practiced all week. Usually the reasons plays don't work is getting defeated in individual matchups. Getting in poor sets against a defense or personnel grouping is on the QB for in game/ in play adjustments. Getting back to executing the game plan, you make minor adjustments in between series, then you go into halftime, get your aggragate information from the half, and make the major adjustments.

I've seen this done with damn near every good coach out there. The GB game this year against us. The Patriots just about every game (they are good enough that they can make end of quarter adjustments....a lot of this is Brady).

If we lose Bevell, I'm going to bet a lot of people will be whining for him after he's gone, vs. whining against him right now. He's done a great job of implementing a new offense during the season; I'm positive the zone read was never on the table during TC. He's also done a great job with a rookie QB that didn't get 1st team TC snaps like every other starter in the league did.


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It's funny, some folks are castigating Bevell for not changing plays quick enough. So, what's he supposed to do ? IF we run 2 run plays, and they don't go for much, we just abandon the run and go 5 wide the rest of the game ? Brilliant.


Hey, clown; presumably, you're referring to me. I specifically made reference to a number like 16 or 17, and I never said or implied you abandon the run. I said change the play-calling so you stop getting gashed. The main problem was their front 4 alone were getting massive pressure against Wilson every single passing down, and our passing game was pretty much non-existent. Any smart offensive coordinator knows you need to start calling quick passing plays if your O-line can't get it done whatsoever against an unexpectedly great and consistent pass rush.

What a joke of a response you typed up. Seriously.

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Bevell as an O-Coordinator is good.

Bevell as a head coach is a joke.

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HAhahaaha lol people say he sucks, but yet other teams want him now.

His biggest haters probably aren't gonna own up to it though.


I'll own up to it. The Miami game was tough to watch. He won me over since then by mixing it up and introducing the read option. Now I would hate for him to leave. The team has something special going on right now and I want everyone to stay.

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I also don't want Wilson changing offensive coordinators all the time. I'd prefer continuity.

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