Over the past month, the rundown of the NFC North has centered around the Detroit Lions’ trade of quarterback Matthew Stafford. But as the next week unfolds, could another starting quarterback trade make up the division’s next headline?
Rumors have swirled around a deal that would bring Philadelphia’s Carson Wentz to Chicago for about a week. However, Wentz’s desire to play in Chicago seems to be less than ideal, creating a potential saga should the signal caller end up with the Bears. As the drama continues to unfold, today’s musings take a look into that hold-up while checking in on the coordinators recently hired in Minnesota and Detroit.
The Packers are not the only team trying to run a Vic Fangio style of defense next season, and the Bears’ newest coordinator believes the team has the pieces for a bounce-back campaign.
As NFL Draft season heats up, here are some players with a built-in relationship with the team, including the defensive line coach’s son.
Struggles on the offensive line and in the wide receiver corps may limit Wentz’s success in Chicago, perhaps the hold-up in getting a deal done even without a no-trade clause.
With a need for guards this offseason, could Minnesota re-unite with a former veteran lineman?
Bradbury finished last in the NFL in Pro Football Focus’ pass-blocking grade among centers in 2020 and was marked as the team’s worst draft mistake in five years, even ahead of Laquon Treadwell.
From one Kubiak to another, Klint will head the Vikings’ offense in 2021 as the direct replacement for his father.
The Lions’ former quarterback claimed his relationship with Patricia was better than many thought, and he praised the organization for satisfying his only request in a potential trade.
Detroit added a pair of new coordinators last week, including the former LA Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn. Here are some of the main points from their initial conversations with the media.
Two former rebuilding projects in Los Angeles (Rams) and Cleveland could have elements replicated by Detroit, but it might take a few seasons to see the fruits of the organization’s labor.