Mike Greenberg has seen a little bit of soccer in his time. The long-time ESPN Radio host-turned-television speaking head has been speaking concerning the NFL on the four-letter community since 1999.
He is forgotten extra soccer than many will ever even see, which makes his criticisms carry a little bit extra weight than these of the common Joe soccer fan.
Actually, criticism could also be too delicate of a phrase to explain how he went after the Chicago Bears on Thursday. This was within the wake of quarterback Justin Fields’ suggestion – that he later backpedaled on – that teaching could also be one of many causes for his struggles (being “robotic” as a quarterback) as a third-year participant.
“Justin Fields could or not have been destined to be a fantastic NFL quarterback, however he is been given completely no likelihood and if he cannot say it — as a result of that is a quarterback’s unwritten code — somebody must say it,” Greeny stated on “Get Up.” “They’re ruining that child due to full organizational incompetence. That place is a dumpster fireplace.”
Greenberg’s overarching level is that Chicago appears to be the place the place gifted younger quarterbacks go to get beat up and lose any potential they might have had. We noticed that with Mitchell Trubisky, who the Bears took with the No. 2 general decide in 2017. He is a backup with the Pittsburgh Steelers, now, having by no means reached his potential in Chicago regardless of flashing some expertise.