McCarthy 'very confident' Capers will return as DC

There are 15 comments on the WKBT story from Jan 15, 2013, titled McCarthy 'very confident' Capers will return as DC. In it, WKBT reports that:

Three days after the Packers were gouged by the San Francisco 49ers for 579 yards, coach Mike McCarthy said Tuesday he will evaluate everyone on his staff but is "very confident" Capers will return as defensive coordinator next year.

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Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#1 Jan 17, 2013
And I bet Chmura would return as AC
Chmura and Capers would be AC-DC in the parking lot
GBPmies

Finland

#2 Jan 17, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
And I bet Chmura would return as AC
Chmura and Capers would be AC-DC in the parking lot
I don't get it "AC-DC" ?... can you elaborate on this?
Reggie12-6

Westbury, NY

#3 Jan 17, 2013
If capers stays- here we go again shredded wheat for a defense when it comes to mobile qb's.
What the hell are they thinking.enough of capers he can't adjust to qb's of the future(colin k, wilson, rg3.)
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#4 Jan 17, 2013
Reggie12-6 wrote:
If capers stays- here we go again shredded wheat for a defense when it comes to mobile qb's.
What the hell are they thinking.enough of capers he can't adjust to qb's of the future(colin k, wilson, rg3.)
Are they QB's of the future or will DC's figure them out and knock them out of the game?
packerbacker-wic hita-ks

Andover, KS

#5 Jan 18, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>Are they QB's of the future or will DC's figure them out and knock them out of the game?
I agree with you here. I think all NFL DC's will take a long look at what their teams need to adjust to this new breed of QB's coming into the league. Defenses will need to be faster and more athletic. Unfortunately, guys like Urlacher and Hawk may not be able to keep up with these guys. It sure showed up in the 49ers/Packers playoff game. No adjustments by the Packers at all. If these types of QB's can stay healthy it will cause a lot of headaches for DC's across the league. Personally, I not a big fan of this style of offense. I'd still rather see the smash mouth running game and the down field passing game. Old fashioned I guess. What's your opinion of the Bears new head coach?
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#6 Jan 18, 2013
packerbacker-wichita-ks wrote:
<quoted text> What's your opinion of the Bears new head coach?
I really haven't dug in yet and formed an opinion. Being a life-long Bears fan I can only go on experience, and that tells me they made another poor decision. Its the Bears legacy
packerbacker-wic hita-ks

Andover, KS

#7 Jan 18, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>I really haven't dug in yet and formed an opinion. Being a life-long Bears fan I can only go on experience, and that tells me they made another poor decision. Its the Bears legacy
I kind of questioned it myself. He does have a history with Cutler before he became a pro. Trestman also has a history of making QB's better. I thought maybe they would have gone after some young up-and-comer. Time will tell. All joking aside about our two teams there needs to be much improvement from both teams to win a Super Bowl. Seattle and San Francisco look like they may be the teams to beat in the future. Strong defenses, good running games and this new breed of athletic double threat QB's. Redskins can be thrown in there also except I don't see RGIII staying healthy throughout his career. While your QB Cutler is talented do you think he is the answer for the Bears? The Bears are always tough defensively and they have got talent on the offense. Maybe an offensive-minded coach is what they need. Should be an interesting offseason and great season next year.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#8 Jan 18, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>I really haven't dug in yet and formed an opinion. Being a life-long Bears fan I can only go on experience, and that tells me they made another poor decision. Its the Bears legacy
Hope he get's rid of Mike Tice, if he has'nt already.....
eric

Neillsville, WI

#9 Jan 18, 2013
Hes had many years in the NFL but has been out of the NFL for quite a while,I think its an interesting pick,hes very offensive minded,so the whiner may benefit,but, he will have to find a great defensive mind,or, the offense better pick it up bigtime to offset the falling back the defense may take.
Id like to see what will happen to Brian Urlacher? hes certainly an all time great at LB,1st ballot HOFer ( and i dont know the Bears cap situtation) but if the Bears are high on Henry Melton,the coach seems to like the Whiner,they spend big bucks on Forte ( a great back dont get me wrong here but the Bears big mistake for 12) no need to spend 4 years 32M and 187 Guarentted on a RB esp with no oline and Devin Hester was the biggest mistakes,teams now just dont kick to him for the most part,and he sucks as a WR so hes gettng a nice 5 yr 50M deal so that has to be considered to be released or a salary cut ( one of the greatest returners in the games history for sure so no one will deny that one,but, if teams dont kick to him,what good is it,) Chicago HAS to make their offense good enough that giving the whiner and Co. the ball at the 30 is scary enough that teams will take their chances kicking to Hester again
packerbacker-wic hita-ks

Andover, KS

#10 Jan 18, 2013
eric wrote:
Hes had many years in the NFL but has been out of the NFL for quite a while,I think its an interesting pick,hes very offensive minded,so the whiner may benefit,but, he will have to find a great defensive mind,or, the offense better pick it up bigtime to offset the falling back the defense may take.
Id like to see what will happen to Brian Urlacher? hes certainly an all time great at LB,1st ballot HOFer ( and i dont know the Bears cap situtation) but if the Bears are high on Henry Melton,the coach seems to like the Whiner,they spend big bucks on Forte ( a great back dont get me wrong here but the Bears big mistake for 12) no need to spend 4 years 32M and 187 Guarentted on a RB esp with no oline and Devin Hester was the biggest mistakes,teams now just dont kick to him for the most part,and he sucks as a WR so hes gettng a nice 5 yr 50M deal so that has to be considered to be released or a salary cut ( one of the greatest returners in the games history for sure so no one will deny that one,but, if teams dont kick to him,what good is it,) Chicago HAS to make their offense good enough that giving the whiner and Co. the ball at the 30 is scary enough that teams will take their chances kicking to Hester again
Urlacher is definite 1st ballot HOFer. I am surprised the Bears didn't pick Mike Singleterry as their HC. Thought he deserves another chance. Of course, as Packers fans, we know how bringing back legendary players to coach their old team worked out! Yuck. You know a lot more about the ins and outs of the Packers salary caps and contracts than I do. I really appreciate your knowledge about these areas. Please keep me informed and updated.
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#11 Jan 18, 2013
packerbacker-wichita-ks wrote:
<quoted text>Urlacher is definite 1st ballot HOFer. I am surprised the Bears didn't pick Mike Singleterry as their HC. Thought he deserves another chance. Of course, as Packers fans, we know how bringing back legendary players to coach their old team worked out! Yuck. You know a lot more about the ins and outs of the Packers salary caps and contracts than I do. I really appreciate your knowledge about these areas. Please keep me informed and updated.
Singletary put the foundation together for the 49'ers run Harbaugh is reaping the rewards for
Moon over Singletary

Miami, FL

#12 Jan 18, 2013
packerbacker-wichita-ks wrote:
<quoted text>Urlacher is definite 1st ballot HOFer. I am surprised the Bears didn't pick Mike Singleterry as their HC. Thought he deserves another chance. Of course, as Packers fans, we know how bringing back legendary players to coach their old team worked out! Yuck. You know a lot more about the ins and outs of the Packers salary caps and contracts than I do. I really appreciate your knowledge about these areas. Please keep me informed and updated.
Anyone who uses their bare ass as halftime locker room motivation should be given another HC shot.
eric

Neillsville, WI

#13 Jan 18, 2013
packerbacker-wichita-ks wrote:
<quoted text>Urlacher is definite 1st ballot HOFer. I am surprised the Bears didn't pick Mike Singleterry as their HC. Thought he deserves another chance. Of course, as Packers fans, we know how bringing back legendary players to coach their old team worked out! Yuck. You know a lot more about the ins and outs of the Packers salary caps and contracts than I do. I really appreciate your knowledge about these areas. Please keep me informed and updated.
Your more then kind! Thank You and i certainly will!
Brian Urlacher is a gamer,How can anyone not like this guy? He plays the game the way it should be played! and hes made his fellow LB better for it! I listen to the Chicago sports station since Milwaukee has the sport stations for local and i cant get it in real well and alot of Chicagoians ( if there is such a term) kind of chuckled about Singletary being the Bears coach.I dont know, Singletary knows is shit being a HOFer himself
packerbacker-wic hita-ks

Andover, KS

#14 Jan 18, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>Singletary put the foundation together for the 49'ers run Harbaugh is reaping the rewards for
Very true. I like the 49ers this weekend over the Falcons. Not a big fan of Harbaugh. Just something about him rubs me the wrong way kinda like the Patriots' Belichick. I thought Lovie Smith did a fine job with the Bears and was sorry to see him go. Class act. He'll land a HC job again.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#15 Jan 18, 2013
packerbacker-wichita-ks wrote:
<quoted text>Very true. I like the 49ers this weekend over the Falcons. Not a big fan of Harbaugh. Just something about him rubs me the wrong way kinda like the Patriots' Belichick. I thought Lovie Smith did a fine job with the Bears and was sorry to see him go. Class act. He'll land a HC job again.
I like both the Harbaughs, since i saw this great article about the whole family, in SI....great family, dad was a coach and their sister is married to the basketball coach at Indiana....About the Bears, back in the day i always thought Gary Fencik would have made a great coach, saw some interviews and he was smart as hell.....Singletary should be a Defensive Coordinator somewhere, or a college job, as dealing with millionaires may be tough for him.....

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