Everyone else has weighed in on this, so I guess it's my turn.
What are the Chicago Bears thinking?
Everyone spent last fall saying quarterback Jay Cutler's big problem was not only Jay Cutler, but the fact he didn't have any wide receivers. So what are the Bears' big moves this offseason?
Signing a backup running back with some miles on him (Chester Taylor), a blocking tight end (Brandon Manumaleuna) and a defensive end with a reputation for taking plays off and getting most of his numbers in garbage time (Julius Peppers).
How does that help Jay Cutler?
Beats me. I'm askin' you.