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Jerry Angelo's Greatest Misses

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Jerry Angelo has long been criticized by fans and media for his inability to hit on early round draft choices. Here's a look at some of the bigger misses since Angelo began drafting with the Bears in 2002. 

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steveinhouston said:

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I agree that Garrett Wolfe never had a chance. Isn't he like a second tier Reggie Bush? They could have used him in certain situations, given him some open field, and see what he could do.

rakim said:

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those are some bad early picks. can't really argue with that.

IrishSweetness said:

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2003

1a. Michael Haynes (could have drafted Troy Polamalu, Dallas Clark or Larry Johnson). Ah well ... at least we got the Haynes-meister !

IrishSweetness said:

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Funniest, most painful memory of this year's offense (apart from the revolving doors on the OL) was Turner calling gut plays for Wolfe. It was like watching a fly bouncing repeatedly off a window. I laughed out loud when he threw a block at some guy, and the dude just steps over Wolfe cutting daisies on the ground. Stepped. Over.

IrishSweetness said:

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Are you counting Benson as a miss ? He was the NFL's leading rusher this year before he got injured !

Balboa said:

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You missed on not filling paper work out on the Holdman, and Bates deals RFA deal costing us picks....should have been fired on the spot

Phillips and Angelo both need to go, but we all know it will never happen under McCheapsky

Balboa said:

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Wolfe is solid on special teams, but he would have been a free agent signing, never should have been picked that high.

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