Since ’85, the Bears have had two more Jims (Harbaugh and Miller), two Mikes (soon to be three) and three Steves. In reverse order from 2015, there also has been Jimmy, Josh, Jason, Caleb, Todd, Kyle, Rex, Brian, Craig, Chad, Jonathan, Kordell, Chris, Henry, Shane, Cade, Erik, Moses, Rick, Dave, Will, Doug and, oh yeah, Peter Tom.
Between Generation Y and millennials, that’s a lot of popular baby names.
The Bears’ history includes one John Bonham in all-time passing great Sid Luckman. Most everyone else has been more like drummers from Spinal Tap. Cutler made a lot of noise but crashed hard — the Bears’ version of Animal.
Glennon hasn’t seen significant snaps since 2014. Sanchez has accepted his fall from The Sanchize for the Jets to career backup, but his time with the Eagles and Cowboys suggests he might end up being the Bears’ better stopgap option.
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Speaking of the Jets, both they and the Browns get plenty of grief for their QB droughts. But the Bears have them beat.
(By the way, congratulations to the now-excluded Bills, who just saw Tyrod Taylor become their first Pro Bowl QB of the 2000s.)
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It would seem in players’ best interests to enhance the testing of new supplements coming to market. I don’t know the best way to do this, but it seems like a good idea. I wonder whether Marte and other players who’ve fallen victim to supposed accidental contamination will lobby for better screening, better education or better communication about the dangers of trying new stuff.