"There are a lot of great candidates out there," said GM Ryan Pace, who just had his contract extended three seasons. "This is where we have to ask ourselves: 'Which of these guys is the perfect coach to fire after three mediocre seasons?'"
Did you see the way Mitch was just standing there on the sideline not doing anything? Talk about a total lack of effort. Frankly, I'm considering demoting him to third string again.
"Our team has a lot of work to do and our ultimate goal is to win the Super Bowl," Fox stated. "Whether that goal is reached this year, it's really hard to say. It's not that I can't say. The words are just really hard to get out of my mouth."
A convincing Aaron Burr nearly challenged Fox to a duel after directing harsh words to the coach about the Bears' losing season. He said he spoke for all fans by saying he felt "anxious that [Fox] will not uphold the city's rights to a valued team."
"I thought we were bad. Then I saw some of the Bears-Bucs highlights, and I thought, maybe 0-16 isn't so terrible after all," he said. "At least the Browns know they're not a good team. It's like, hey, we get it. We suck. But Chicago actually went into Tampa Bay confident? And then laid that turd? Wow. Talk about embarrassing."
“I know they both want to play. I am not a doctor, so I am not going to speculate, but with advances in medical technology, I can’t rule anyone out at this point,” Fox told reporters during a conference call Wednesday.
“We’re thin at wide receiver right now with only Eddie Royal, Kevin White and Alshon Jeffrey," Fox mentioned to Cutler. "None of those guys are really proven commodities and I think that, you know, it would be fun and um, uh well...how’s the family?”