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son have the strangest way of spurring action in NFL teams. A day after it was announced that Eagles running back Jay Ajayi tore his ACL in a defeat to the Vikings on Sunday Chicago Bears Hoodie , Philadelphia has been involved in nothing but trade rumors involving potentially available running backs around the league. First there was the Bills’ LeSean McCoy. Then the Seahawks’ C.J. Prosise. In a somewhat surprising turn of events (depending on how you align), Clayton Football’s John Clayton reports that the Eagles have moderate interest in acquiring the Bears’ Jordan Howard to fill their running back void. In his full appearance on 94WIP in Philadelphia, Clayton detailed exactly why Howard might be a fit in Philadelphia and why the Bears would be inclined to move on. Clayton’s assertion about Howard’s lack of playing time is interesting because it comes on the heels after a Monday where the Bears’ Matt Nagy discussed Howard’s lack of traction thus far in 2018. “Jordan Howard is a big part of this offense,” said Nagy in defense of the third-year running back. Nagy’s words don’t match up with Howard’s actual usage through a month of play. Howard’s current 64 carries through four games puts him on pace for 256 attempts over a 16-game season. That’s four less than the veteran back’s rookie year in 2016 where didn’t start the first three games. Those 64 attempts would also only have Howard ranked 12th in the NFL in rushing attempts, tied with sterling names like Seattle’s Chris Carson. Even more so than actual attempts, it’s been about how the Bears have neglected to use Howard in key moments. Nagy insisted that it’s all part of how a game-plan shakes out in regards to Howard’s early play, but is that something that carries over through an entire month? Against the Packers, Chicago regularly ignored Howard in key third-and-short situations late. The following weeks with the Seahawks and Cardinals showcased a lackadaisically focused effort to lean on the bell cow. And in the midst of the Bears’ 48-10 blowout of the Buccaneers before the bye week, Howard was a complete, non-existent factor. All of this has translated to by far a career low 50.8 rushing yards-per-game and paltry 3.2 yards per-carry for Howard. Those are especially low figures for a man that averaged 76 yards-per-game and 4.5 yards-per-carry in 2016 and 2017 combined. Factor in Howard’s well-noted lack of dynamic receiving ability - though he has been good in a small sample size in 2018 - and a deal based off of pure logistics would make sense for both the Bears and Eagles. Remember this is a player that was discussed in previous trade talks with the Dolphins, by the reputable John Mullin of NBC Sports Chicago in the off-season. Where’s there smoke, there is fire. Think of a mid-round pick and that theoretically would be enough to snatch away Howard to Philadelphia given the devalued position of running back in pro football. From a sensible standpoint, it doesn’t make sense this late into 2018 for the Bears to move on from Howard in a year where they might be the best team in the NFC North. If they were going to swing a deal, it should’ve been in the off-season. Backs of his ilk Youth Customized Chicago Bears Jerseys , running backs in general actually, are more easily replaceable than just about every position in the NFL. But Chicago wouldn’t be able to do so until the 2019 NFL Draft. Trading Howard means a greater reliance on Tarik Cohen as a feature back, and using more of Benny Cunningham: not an ideal scenario for a budding offense. Note: the NFL trade deadline falls on October 30th this year. There’s no denying that if the Bears can swing a decent deal for a running back like Howard that they’re very likely not going to extend on a massive contract after his four-year rookie contract his up, they should. That move would have to be made in the midst of keeping a promising 2018 campaign properly afloat. Robert is the Editor-in-chief of The Blitz Network (subscribe here!), the managing editor of Windy City Gridiron, and writes for a host of other fine publications. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertZeglinski. When the Lions come to Soldier Field this Sunday, the Bears will have a ripe opportunity to win their first division game in two years. The Bears tide is rising, and the Lions are scrambling to keep their head above water in a kiddie pool. It’s the perfect time to check in with our colleagues at Pride of Detroit to see how Lions fans are feeling about this season.WCG: 1. Both our teams hired new coaches in the offseason, and Matt Patricia was a name brought up as a potential Bears target. How are Lions fans feeling about the MP experience 8 games in to a rocky season?POD: The honeymoon wasn’t long, but in proper NFL tradition there’s always a few people in front of him to take the fall to keep this cycle rolling. First up will be Jim Bob Cooter, the offensive coordinator what has a name that makes people giggle, and then after him might be general manager Bob Quinn. This is, of course, the hierarchy of fan blame and not actually any predictions for how the organization falls out www.bearsauthorizedshops.com , mind you. I know that fans didn’t like Jim Caldwell, but they really did buy into the idea that this team could be better than 9-7, and when you don’t give them better than 9-7 there’s consequences.Personally though? I hate the man. But that has a lot more to do with the fact that he has yet to answer properly for the revelations of his sexual assault indictment. It is a travesty, a shame and a disgrace that no one has bothered to follow up after his initial flurry of defiance - even more so that the NFL came in, waved its hand in the air and declared him innocent of wrongdoing. For an organization that likes to consider itself on the forefront of these issues, it’s inexcusable for this man to remain head coach without giving proper goddamn answers, and it’s a personal matter for me at this point.The only answers Patricia gave to such an incidence was what has kept him going off the football field: defiance, arrogance and a hatred of the media. This is a guy who just tried to tell someone who isn’t his own goddamn employee to sit up straight during a press conference. He’s the epitome of the Belichick coaching DNA - haughty, possessing the belief he rules all he surveys and without a lick of the success of his progenitor.To be clear, some Lions fans like his defiant attitude. Some like how he fights the media, because we live in a society now where people openly go to rallies for political candidates and cheer for those reporters to be beaten up.But again, I won’t get over this guy until he accounts for his past. What he said at his press conference was not enough. I hate that sports are like this, that we just blithely give up on such an issue because the season has to move on.Anyway, all questions after this will be of light-hearted Chicago Bears Womens T-Shirt , whimsical nature. But I can’t really sit by with this crap. I’ve had to hold it in for a long time and I feel less inclined to do so as the months go on. It has nothing to do with how much he wins or loses, but some personal developments.WCG: 2. This Lions season has had some terrific highs--topping the Patriots and the Packers--and some games where it seems like you went to bed feeling safe and the next morning found yourself strangled to death in your cage by the lioness mother of your children. Have you developed any insight into which Lions team will show up on a given week? Any expectations for who the Bears will see on Sunday?POD: Nope, haven’t learned a goddamn thing.That’s also a very grim analogy, by the way. I only watch cute cat videos on Youtube. Ain’t nobody got time for that kind of negativity and violence. I’m reporting you to the uhhh the internet police.WCG: 3. Damon “Snacks” Harrison is a player I’ve coveted for the Bears for years, in no small part due to his physical presence comparing favorably to that of a Bear. I know it’s only a game in, but do you think he can turn the tide for the Lions struggling run defense?POD: Probably not. Snacks is great, a fun guy to watch and he probably does, in some numerical sense help to slow down the run a bit, but he’s just one man plugging a couple of leaks on the hull of the USS Swiss Cheese. The Lions are uh, “adapting” to a new defensive scheme that has seen quite a bit of its talent underperforming on the defensive line, and even a big body like A’Shawn Robinson doesn’t seem to be doing much to help out there.I love Snacks and I think he’ll help things in the long haul, but he’s one man, and that don’t matter much against the hordes unless in samurai movies. Last I checked, Harrison is not a samurai.Wait Chicago Bears Hats , can someone check on that? He might have a katana. That would be scary if he did.WCG: 4. Speaking of trades, I was a little surprised to see Golden Tate shipped to Philly at the trade deadline. Do you feel like this move was a sign the Lions were giving up on the season, or do they just have that much confidence in the emergence of Kenny Golladay and their receiver depth?POD: Would it be a cop out to say it might be both? I don’t think the front office viewed it as giving up, and maybe they did have this supreme confidence in Kenny Golladay. Some other fans might too, and even Deadspin came to that same conclusion.But in the modern NFL, removing a star receiver from your offensive lineup is like removing a brick from a teetering Jenga stack. More past that, I think people really sleep on just how damn good Golden Tate is. This is a man who doesn’t ever need to answer the chicken/egg question of quarterback/wide receiver. You see it every time he’s out there creating extra yards after a completion. You see it when he butt-flips into a Minnesota Viking to win a game. You know it when you see just how damn versatile he is.Because of that, you’d understand how many people might think this means the Lions were throwing in the towel for the season. That said, the NFC North was well open before the trade deadline and the Lions did themselves no favors. They got the Vikings loss they were gunning for - not that Tate would have helped save them from that tenebrous fate.WCG: 5. For the past several years, Lions fans have used their ability to consistently outperform the Bears as a last-resort consolation blanket to warm their egos whenever things have gone awry. If the Bears sweep the Lions this season and end with a substantially better record, is there a backup option to replace the Bears in this role? We’d hate to leave you stranded.POD: You’re nothing without us and we’re not letting go.
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