Ryan Pace came to Chicago having been the director of Pro Personnel for the Saints. His prior job experience was on the management side of football operations. Does that show in his moves? It depends on whether you’re talking about Akiem Hicks of Mike Glennon.
Nearly 1800 players have been drafted since Ryan Pace took over for the Chicago Bears, and fans have helped to narrow down his biggest decisions to these four.
The final matchup of Round 2 sees Ryan Pace laying the foundations of a defense and struggling to identify offensive players with talent.
It really seems like Pace struggles to draft players on the offense, but the top seeds in this bracket challenge suggest that hope springs eternal among Chicago fans.
The offseason seems to stretch on forever, but fans can still be part of Bears-centric competition. In this case, we continue our series of voting on Pace’s best and worst moves as a general manager. Let your voice be heard one way or another. These decisions are all in the past, so there’s nothing left to lose.
With one round of voting in the books, the matchups get harder as we ask fans to evaluate Ryan Pace’s best and worst moments as a GM
With one more first-round matchup to go, it’s time for fans to decide on which operational moves Pace made that deserve more scorn and which ones he made that deserve more praise.
Is Pace a backroom bungler or a master at management? Does he deserve credit for finding a mark to trade for Marshall or is he a fool for going after Foles?
The offseason series continues, this time looking at defensive difference makers and wide receivers. How do the best and worst moves of Chicago’s GMs compare?
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