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Ryan Pace Year-3 Offseason Free Agency Approval Rating

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Ryan Pace: Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down
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As Ryan Pace winds down his third Free Agency period and prepares for 2017 draft, it’s time to take a look at what you, our Windy City Gridiron readers, think of the job he has done to this point by giving him a thumbs up or thumbs down approval rating.

Pace has been busy over the last three seasons, overhauling the Bears roster by letting key players walk in Free Agency (Matt Forte, Alshon Jeffery), trading (Brandon Marshall, Martellus Bennett) or simply releasing (Jay Cutler, Robbie Gould, Matt Slauson, many others).

There’s no question he’s done a thorough house cleaning job on the Bears, with only a handful of players left on the Bears roster from before his tenure. His transactions list is staggering, you can see it by clicking here and sort by year.

Pace is preparing for his third NFL draft, after having two very different drafts in his first two seasons in Chicago. In 2015 (click here to see the full draft), Pace drafted several players who were plagued by injuries at the start of their careers including key first rounder Kevin White. In 2016 (you can see the 2016 picks here) Pace put together what is widely seen around the league as one of the top drafts that any team had, including three All-Rookie team members lead by Pro-Bowl running back Jordan Howard.

With that said, we're taking a litmus test of your feelings on Pace as GM of the Chicago Bears. Make sure you cast your vote below and let us know your thought.

You can see his WCG Approval Rating at the end of the 2015 season here, and his 2016 WCG post-draft approval rating here.

It’s time to spill the beans, WCG. Ryan Pace’s job approval rating, thumbs up or thumbs down? Do that voting thing.

Poll

Ryan Pace’s job approval rating, thumbs up or thumbs down?

This poll is closed

  • 80%
    I Approve
    (1774 votes)
  • 19%
    I Do Not Approve
    (423 votes)
2197 votes total Vote Now