Colin Cowherd rips Bears, calls them a team stuck in 1950s

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Fox Sports talking head Colin Cowherd has been riding the wave of anti-Chicago Bears content in recent weeks. But it’s reached a boiling point with his recent diatribe about the Bears’ team-building process, or, according to Cowherd, their lack of one.

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“Chicago is going to be bad. And this is a promising year in a week division, and this is why I said a week ago two weeks ago, you got to trade Roquan Smith,” Cowherd said. “Nobody needs linebackers to win anymore. Bears can’t get the 0-Line right. They have one legitimate receiver. (Darnell) Mooney. That’s it.

“I have real concerns about Zach Wilson, the Jets quarterback, and Justin fields, the Bears quarterback. The difference is they’ve (Jets) done it right. In the last two drafts for young Zach Wilson, they’ve gotten him Garrett Wilson, who may have been the best receiver in college. Breece Hall, who I think is going to be a really good running back. Alijah Vera-Tucker, a Pro Bowl level offensive lineman eventually, in my opinion, Elijah Moore, another wide receiver and Michael Carter, a running back in the fourth round who was a bit of a steal. They’re doing it the right way.”

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