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  1. #1

    Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Apparently the Bears are taking offers. Considering how decent he was with the Bears mess of an offense, I'd be intrigued.

    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...anthony-miller





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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Drops the ball





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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Not for a 2nd rounder by the way, but that's apparently as high as they're asking. I'd do it for a 4th





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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    For a fifth round pick, sure. He's barely above JAG, imo.





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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReedInTheWind View Post
    Not for a 2nd rounder by the way, but that's apparently as high as they're asking. I'd do it for a 4th
    I'd do it for a 4th with a 5th in return with Miller. This guy has excellent tools. His drops will go down once he gets away from Trubisky and gets fed regularly. He can make a big play when you need it.
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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Quote Originally Posted by InigoMontoya View Post
    For a fifth round pick, sure. He's barely above JAG, imo.
    I think it's tough to gauge any player on that Bears offense. If we're looking for a slot guy though I'd wanna give him a shot, I think there's a lot of potential still in him. The drops have definitely been an issue, but better QB play can help too.





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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Quote Originally Posted by InigoMontoya View Post
    For a fifth round pick, sure. He's barely above JAG, imo.
    I don't agree with JAG but I do agree they will struggle to get anything for him. So a 5th sound about right IMO
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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReedInTheWind View Post
    Not for a 2nd rounder by the way, but that's apparently as high as they're asking. I'd do it for a 4th
    I'm pretty much with you on a later pick (maybe a 5th? since we have two). I don't want to trade for him and it would preclude EDC from drafting a WR HIGH or inhibit Duvernay from getting on the field. Miller was a 2nd round Bears' pick (#51 in 2018), so to trade him when he's still on his rookie deal tells us something... Bc





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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Hard no, not worth a dime.
    Rather we draft a WR in 2nd or 3rd and use the 5th on a linemen.
    On the other hand if they want to move ARob, then we should be all ears. I mean they've got Dalton at qb this year, that's as close as one gets to saying tanking year...

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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    The guy is an idiot. They finally had it with his stupid penalties and on the field mistakes. I can't blame them.
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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    There aren't a whole lot of WR snaps to go around in this offense. You already have Hollywood and Watkins. Hopefully we'll be drafting another WR. I'd like to see Duvernay get some opportunities. And Proche. And then there's Boykin.

    I have no desire to add a mediocre WR to this mix, and I especially don't want one that makes bonehead mistakes and hasn't managed 700 yards in a season yet.
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    Re: Anthony Miller for a 2nd?

    Ravens don't need another slot receiver. Pass.

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