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Phil Emery makes clear: Lovie Smith failed at building the offense

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Lovie Smith is a good defensive coach who was never able to build a consistent offense in his nine seasons as head coach of the Bears, and that’s what cost him his job.

That’s what Bears General Manager Phil Emery made clear at his Tuesday morning press conference addressing his decision to fire Smith on Monday.

“Our No. 1 goal always has to be to win championships, and to win championships we have to be in contention on a consistent basis, and to be in contention we have to make the playoffs on a consistent basis. We’ve had defensive excellence, but during the course of coach Smith’s years here we’ve had one offense that was ranked in the top 15.”

Noting that Smith has failed to get results even after changing offensive coordinators and quarterbacks, Emery said it was time for a change to a coach who can succeed on both offense and defense, whereas Smith had only shown an ability to coach on the defensive side of the ball. Emery said the Bears’ ownership told him that the decision on Smith’s future was his and his alone, and that he decided Smith just wasn’t getting the job done.

“I made the decision to move forward in a different direction with our head football coach,” Emery said.

Emery didn’t name any candidates he’s considering, but he said he is casting a wide net including offensive assistants, defensive assistants and college coaches, and that he has already been in contact with some of the candidates. Whoever the next coach is, if he wants to please his new boss, he’d better find a way to put some points on the board.

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82 Responses to “Phil Emery makes clear: Lovie Smith failed at building the offense”
  1. blackandbluedivision says: Jan 1, 2013 11:12 AM

    I’m starting to like this guy more and more.

  2. Christian says: Jan 1, 2013 11:12 AM

    This just in: Emery says what Bears fans have been saying all year. Yay, news!

  3. pastabelly says: Jan 1, 2013 11:13 AM

    Cutler is a coach killer in a Romo light kind of way.

  4. billyjsunday69 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:13 AM

    Emery you failed to build an offensive line that was offensive.

    Signed Jay Cutler

  5. dmartin17 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:13 AM

    and his underachieving teams? That didn’t factor in?

    Hopefully the jay cutler experiment is over in chicago.

  6. indyseriesnick says: Jan 1, 2013 11:14 AM

    i still kinda think that lovie smith got fired over jay cutlers lack of consistency

  7. ha5ko says: Jan 1, 2013 11:15 AM

    Lovie failed at beating Green Bay too.

    I will miss the nap i get during his press conference.

  8. larryboodry says: Jan 1, 2013 11:16 AM

    Phil Emery is the anti-Jerry Angelo.

  9. msclemons67 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:17 AM

    The Bears problem offense is the offense line.

    I believe getting good linemen is Emery’s job?

  10. zaggs says: Jan 1, 2013 11:18 AM

    Or is it Emery never got the right players together to make a good offense?

  11. sadskinsfan89 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:19 AM

    they should have never let olsen go and should’ve gotten marshall sooner.

  12. thebadguyswon says: Jan 1, 2013 11:20 AM

    I like Gruden here, I really do.

  13. bronconation7 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:20 AM

    Not like Lovie did an amazing job but he wasn’t the one who drafted a pass rush specialist with their round pick Phil. I’m not a Bears fan but protecting your franchise QB should have been a priority.

  14. gsomatt says: Jan 1, 2013 11:25 AM

    Hard to argue with that reasoning.

    If offense was a weakness, they should have gotten a top-notch offensive coordinator and trusted him with complete control of the offense.

    They brought in some good guys, but they never let them have free reign. Lovie lost control by trying to control too much,

  15. whitecastleisafoodgroup says: Jan 1, 2013 11:25 AM

    Okay I’ll say it.

    When it comes to who the next coach might be Emery is all ears.

  16. bigjimatch says: Jan 1, 2013 11:28 AM

    The key to have in consistently good offense: a franchise QB. Whose job is it to find a franchise QB: the GM.

  17. thefox61 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:30 AM

    “Offense sells tickets. Defense wins championships.” – Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant Jr.

  18. bigtrav425 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:31 AM

    im no Bears fan but from the games iv seen Cutler isnt your issue.Its your offensive line,i think thats pretty obvious.you guys could have brandon weeden as your qb,il take cutler

  19. vikings8480 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:31 AM

    Jay Cutler is a poor man’s Jeff George! He will win nothing in this league.

  20. oriolesvsravens says: Jan 1, 2013 11:32 AM

    Did Dungy get credit or lose credit for Peyton and that offense? When Haley came to Pittsburgh and Ben showed his dismay for the offense and play calling, does that fall on Tomlin? When the Jets got Tebow and paid Sanchez without filling holes on the offensive side, did that fall on Rex? The GM builds the team and the direction in which the team goes. The HC in most cases manage the team as a whole and share their expertise on which ever side of the ball they’re accustomed to. Could Billick take credit for that defense in 2000 or was it Marvin? Who put that team together?

  21. raiderlyfe510 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:32 AM

    Singletary – Head Coach, Norv Turner – Offensive Coordinator

    The answer to the Bears’ Problems.

    Norv with the X’s and O’s…Sing with the motivation and leadership.

  22. golforepar says: Jan 1, 2013 11:32 AM

    Emery got inept players and Lovie turns into the “fall guy”

  23. John A. says: Jan 1, 2013 11:35 AM

    That he simply wanted his own guy to be HC is reason enough to let Smith go. That Smith failed to make the playoffs in five of his last six seasons just make that change easier to take place.

    Any new GM wants his own pick as coach. That’s nothing new.

  24. rick2248 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:35 AM

    The GM is the one wno should hve been FIRED.

  25. Cereal says: Jan 1, 2013 11:35 AM

    Lovie Smith is a very good coach, the Bears issues stem from the people who pick their players. Lovie overachieved with a band of so-so players

  26. larrybrown43 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:35 AM

    The Bears will never win consistently until they get a grown man at quarterback.

  27. kvanhorn87 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:36 AM

    Fire up the band, Chuckie has his job opening. Though I would rather see Cowher personally.

  28. John A. says: Jan 1, 2013 11:36 AM

    ‘Whose job is it to find a franchise QB: the GM.’

    Yup. But Emery didn’t choose Cutler, that was what’s-his-face who the Bears fired just before this just completed season.

  29. John A. says: Jan 1, 2013 11:37 AM

    ‘The Bears will never win consistently until they get a grown man at quarterback.’

    Mike Gundy is available. He was a star QB at Okie State. And he’s at least 40, he’s a man. Come after him.

  30. John A. says: Jan 1, 2013 11:39 AM

    ‘The GM is the one wno should hve been FIRED.’

    The GM is practically brand new, he’s been on the job less than a year.

    They already fired the GM responsible for most of the Bears’ current roster mess, Angelo.

  31. rathwell says: Jan 1, 2013 11:42 AM

    Umm was lovie in charge of player personnel? There is not a coach alive who could have been successful with last season’s cast, especially on the Oline and TE.

    If lovie was the one responsible for player selection, then the firing was justified. But he wasn’t, so it wasn’t. Emery was, yet I don’t hear him saying anything about accountability in personnel decisions.

    The Bears had 1 last season to contend with the current cast before having to blow it up. Lovie had 1 season left on his contract. It would have made a hell of a lot more sense to bring him back and invest in the offense this offseason and given it a go instead of blowing it all up and committing to next 2-3 years of mediocrity.

  32. larryboodry says: Jan 1, 2013 11:57 AM

    rathwell says:

    “There is not a coach alive who could have been successful with last season’s cast, especially on the Oline and TE.”

    They had a franchise TE in Olsen and gave him away to please Martz, then canned Martz a year later…While that is not on Lovie, his insistence this year that Kellen Davis was a solid TE, and refusing to acknowledge the pathetic o-line, is a big part of why I’m glad he’s gone.

  33. craigkintexas says: Jan 1, 2013 11:58 AM

    HC = Lovie Smith
    DC = Norv Turner

  34. sminco123 says: Jan 1, 2013 11:59 AM

    HC’s always take the fall for cheap owners who failed to sign 1 free agent offensive lineman. Season would have been different with signing 2 middle of the road OL’s. Would have stabilized the entire line. Cheap owners make a splash to fool the fans into thinking they are doing something and then let players like D Manning walk. Bears ownership is ok with mediocrity. Mediocrity pays the McCloskey family well.

  35. mantastic54 says: Jan 1, 2013 12:00 PM

    For all we know, it could have been lovie pushing to focus on defense all these years and that’s why emery had such a mess to rebuild on offense. This time last year they had nothing but forte and cutler. You can’t go out and get 9 new starters on offense in one offseason

  36. John A. says: Jan 1, 2013 12:02 PM

    ‘Lovie had 1 season left on his contract. It would have made a hell of a lot more sense to bring him back…’

    Your first sentence above is why the second one doesn’t make sense.

    He was going to be a lame-duck coach next year. If he was going to come back next year, the Bears pretty much had to sign him to an extension and soon; otherwise, the locker room would have been lost. Smith would have had no authority, people all around him would have been trying to impress everyone but him.

    So do you sign Smith to an extension? The easier answer is no, you already have a track record and it isn’t overwhelming.

    And since you are the new GM and you probably want your own guy in as HC, that extension issue makes it even easier to cut Smith loose. Why would you extend a coach who you didn’t hire and probably don’t want anyway?

  37. duck99 says: Jan 1, 2013 12:06 PM

    Lovie became arrogant towards the media and fans as his stay in Chicago lengthened and it infected the players attitude. They felt that going 8-8 and 10-6 and losing twice a year to Green Bay was a success. No it’s not. Bears finally have someone who is going to hold everyone accountable.

  38. howiehandles says: Jan 1, 2013 12:07 PM

    “Emery got inept players and Lovie turns into the “fall guy””

    He’s been here one season. Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey as wideouts is a huge step in improving the offense.

    “The GM is the one wno should hve been FIRED.”

    He was, LAST YEAR.

  39. lks311 says: Jan 1, 2013 12:08 PM

    First, this guy looks like Boris Karloff. Second, yes, Lovie Smith failed to find a competent OC to lead his Offense. That was fixable if the Emery really wanted to keep him. He didn’t. He wanted his guy. Fine. What he also failed to have before this year was a legitimate WR crew. I don’t think that’s his fault. But, what the Bears did have in Lovie is solid leader of men, whose teams always seemed prepared and organized and NEVER, EVER beat themselves.

    As a Lions’ fan, I’d take Lovie Smith in a heartbeat.

  40. tbtrojan says: Jan 1, 2013 12:11 PM

    Didn’t he just admit that the wrong guy was fired?
    Last I checked it was the GM that got the players and the coaching staff that tried to get the best from them.
    As the saying goes “you can polish a turd but it’s still a turd.”
    Maybe give him something to work with, I mean the o line was garbage, they had no real wideouts until they got ONE this past season, I can’t even begin to name a TE they’ve had other than Greg Olsen (and even he is only known because he was a 1st rounder that they traded away.
    The Bears have Culter, Marshall & Forte on offense, that’s it, as good as that trio is how could anyone build an offense with just them in todays NFL. Even the great triplets of Dallas had an oline, Moose, Novacek helping out

  41. Chip Caray's Eyebrows says: Jan 1, 2013 12:13 PM

    There seem to be a lot of uninformed commenters who are unaware that this was Phil Emery’s FIRST SEASON ON THE JOB! He didn’t build this roster … Jerry Angelo and Lovie Smith did that together.

    I like Lovie, but he knew his time was up if the team missed the playoffs this year. It was highly irregular to bring in a GM and force him to stick with the current coach in the first place.

  42. rextraordinaire says: Jan 1, 2013 12:21 PM

    There are 2 kinds of people commenting in here, people who get that this was indeed Lovie’s fault, and those who don’t realize that the GM who gave Lovie such a crap offense was fired last year – and replaced by Emery.

    Emery then proceeded to stock the offense with an extra dose of talent and depth. The failure with that may seem like it would be on OC Mike Tice (and it is, you’d be crazy to think he keeps his job at OC), but its also on Lovie, who in his 9 years failed to find someone who could operate the offense at an acceptable level.

  43. themackstrong says: Jan 1, 2013 12:22 PM

    It doesn’t matter what offensive coordinator you bring in if you don’t have talent on the offensive line you can’t run or pass effectively. The GM needs to bring talent to the team. I can’t even think of a player they have drafted in the last 2 years that is making an impact on offense. Bears fans are going to be crying for Lovie back after they finally realize this is rebuild time.

  44. sowcrates says: Jan 1, 2013 12:22 PM

    “sadskinsfan89 says:
    Jan 1, 2013 11:19 AM
    they should have never let olsen go and should’ve gotten marshall sooner.”

    —–

    You do know that the third round pick acquired from the Olsen trade was used to acquire Marshall, right?

    It’s true that the Bears failed to fill the void left by Olsen effectively, but the way they got rid of Olsen went about as good as it could have gone, he’s a bit overpaid in Carolina while Marshall does more than Olsen could ever do in Chicago

  45. rajbais says: Jan 1, 2013 12:24 PM

    Hopefully the streak of defensive head coaches end with Lovie!!!

    All offense!!! All the time!!!

  46. peppylapeu says: Jan 1, 2013 12:24 PM

    Lovie said “Trust Me” Feb. 2007

    What did the Bears acquire that years draft ??
    Michael Okwo
    Dan Bazuin
    Garrett Wolfe

  47. blahblahblah says: Jan 1, 2013 12:27 PM

    Mike McCoy!!!

  48. ihaterogergoodell says: Jan 1, 2013 12:27 PM

    There are a lot of boneheads posting on here! How can Emery build a line in one off season? All the good ones were picked by the time the Bears were up (don’t tell me Reif was a good option), and the o line draught in the NFL is so severe, few teams will let good players walk. Fixing a previous GM’s blunders will TAKE TIME.

  49. 1oldpro says: Jan 1, 2013 12:29 PM

    Well, that’s a copout. Even when they did win champioships, all they had was great defense and Walter Payton. Why didn’t the GM go get him another Walter Payton?

  50. bender4700 says: Jan 1, 2013 12:42 PM

    Bears fans are definitely more unrealistic and delusional than any other teams fans.

    Lovie traded for Cutler? Lovie built the weak O-line?

    Lovie took the blame despite him having one of the best defenses the last decade and never being given a competent offense. When the O line was good the GM gave him no QB, they get a workable QB, no o-line.

    Yeah, it was Lovie’s fault. Note the eye roll.

  51. pdxpanther says: Jan 1, 2013 12:42 PM

    Until this year, name the bears best wide receiver under Lovie Smith. Mushin Muhammad? Marty Booker? A lot of blame has to come from the top from the previous GM. Same as QB, until they had cutler (which is debatable). Lets see if this gm will do errrr, if ownership lets him spend the money. A lot more wrong with that organization than just gm and coach

  52. usmutts says: Jan 1, 2013 12:49 PM

    Lovie is lucky to be gone. The defense is getting older and slower as we speak and may soon be the team’s weakness. Cutler will be running for his life for a good while longer, causing Romo-esque mistakes at critical times. This looks like a team in decline.

    Besides, who says their next coach is guaranteed to be better?

  53. rathwell says: Jan 1, 2013 1:04 PM

    I think most of the comments on this post fit into two categories: a) pro-Lovie, or b) pro-Emery.

    a) If you are a Lovie fan then you can reasonably argue that he got shafted.

    b) If you are an Emery guy then you can reasonably argue that change in coach is justified

    Emery > Lovie, so Emery gets to make the call.

    I personally would have liked to given Lovie one more season with this group of Bears because I think with a few personnel changes on offence we are still top 10 team that can legitimately compete for the superbowl.

    However, with this firing and having new coaches and systems, and the player changeover that comes with this type of change, it will be a few years before we can compete for the division, let alone for the superbowl.

  54. mute617 says: Jan 1, 2013 1:10 PM

    If you don’t give the man job security he can’t get a good OC I join on. Once they finally dumped Ron Turner, Lovie was stuck with Martz & Tice cuz everyone thought Lovie wasn’t going to be around long. He was set up to fail.

  55. snowpea84 says: Jan 1, 2013 1:17 PM

    The Bears have proven for over a decade that they simply don’t value offensive line as highly as they should, and the results speak for themselves. In the last decade or so they’ve used what? Three first round picks on o-linemen. That’s all well and good, but how many 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or even 6th round picks have they used? Close to zero. It’s actually astounding when you look at it. Teams with good offensive lines don’t just grab one guy at the top of the draft occasionally. Every year they use one or two mid round picks, creating competition and depth.

  56. snowpea84 says: Jan 1, 2013 1:18 PM

    The only question I have is, who was making the personnel decisions. Who is responsible for that O-line?

  57. purplegreenandgold says: Jan 1, 2013 1:20 PM

    Phil Jackson!

  58. soytureyna says: Jan 1, 2013 1:24 PM

    I blame Jay Cutler more than Lovie Smith. How can an offense build chemistry around a dude that throws more temper tantrums than a 3 year old?

  59. claymatthewshairplugs says: Jan 1, 2013 1:28 PM

    Some posters here need to be educated!!!!!!!!! Emery has only been on the job ONE year. Jerry Angelo and Lovie were the guys who put together this crap offense. It was Angelo and Lovie who tried to make Webb an all pro. Emery put in some talent on this offense ie (Marshall) but Angelo and Lovie drafted and wasted so many picks that this team had no depth once a starter got injured. Morons on here stop blaming Emery, Angelo has already been fired and the last remnants of failure was gone when Emery finally fired Lovie.

  60. leeeroooyjeeenkiiins says: Jan 1, 2013 1:34 PM

    I’m certainly not suggesting Lovie is free of all blame here, but if it’s now the coach’s job to “build”, rather than just coach, an offense…what exactly does Emery do? Is it all Lovie’s fault that the offensive line is a revolving door, or does Emery not also deserve some blame here? Isn’t he the one who’s supposed to be “building” the roster?

  61. tommytd says: Jan 1, 2013 1:43 PM

    “There is not a coach alive who could have been successful with last season’s cast, especially on the Oline and TE.”

    They had a franchise TE in Olsen and gave him away to please Martz, then canned Martz a year later…While that is not on Lovie, his insistence this year that Kellen Davis was a solid TE, and refusing to acknowledge the pathetic o-line, is a big part of why I’m glad he’s gone.
    ********************************************
    Bears’ tight ends don’t even figure into the playbook. Kellen Davis can’t catch, the O line can’t block, the QB has an attitude, the HC can’t seem to put a staff together on both sides of the ball, the front office is totally inept, their drafts have been a disaster…what do we expect from this totally inept franchise??? They don’t deserve to make the playoffs.

  62. mvp43 says: Jan 1, 2013 1:43 PM

    Sometimes change for change sake can be a good thing…….. for both parties.

  63. edavidberg says: Jan 1, 2013 1:47 PM

    Greg Olsen can’t block, he is not a tight end he’s a wide out. He also couldn’t hold onto the ball at key times.

    Kellen Davis is not an NFL player. He, the o line and the Bears receiving corps prior to this year are examples of how Lovie and Angelo deluded themselves into thinking they had competent players on the field when they had players who couldn’t pull their own weight. Not to mention offensive coordinators who were simply offensive.

  64. satanicxhellxcreature says: Jan 1, 2013 1:47 PM

    First things first, I hate the Bears, so I’ve enjoyed watching and listening to the debacle that was Lovie Smith and Jerry Angelo. Since Lovie’s contract extension in ’06, he’s had a lot of say in player personnel. Much of the team is there because he wanted them. He’s the one that never cared about offense, even saying at times that the defense is expected to score and win games. I really believe he thinks offense really doesn’t matter if you have a great defense. And anybody blaming Phil Emery for personnel issues, this was his first season as the GM. That being said, here’s to hoping he’s just a new Jerry Angelo.

  65. tommytd says: Jan 1, 2013 1:48 PM

    I blame Jay Cutler more than Lovie Smith. How can an offense build chemistry around a dude that throws more temper tantrums than a 3 year old?
    **********************************************
    You’re right. This guy is a crybaby with an attitude. Unfortunately, the QB position demands leadership and it will NEVER happen with Cutler. There are reasons why Denver let him go and I’m afraid we’re living them week to week. At the rate we’re going, it’s not going to be an issue much longer because our O line is going to eventually get him killed.

  66. tommytd says: Jan 1, 2013 1:57 PM

    irst, this guy looks like Boris Karloff. Second, yes, Lovie Smith failed to find a competent OC to lead his Offense. That was fixable if the Emery really wanted to keep him. He didn’t. He wanted his guy. Fine. What he also failed to have before this year was a legitimate WR crew. I don’t think that’s his fault. But, what the Bears did have in Lovie is solid leader of men, whose teams always seemed prepared and organized and NEVER, EVER beat themselves.
    **********************************************
    Yea, they were totally prepared and organized when they played Frisco and Seattle weren’t they? And we all know how effective he was with his clock management skills right? The Bears weren’t paying Lovie to lead men, they were paying him to win football games and he wasn’t getting the job done. Yikes…

  67. 1oldpro says: Jan 1, 2013 2:11 PM

    When is the last time the Bears had a top 5 ranked offense at the end of a year? When is the last time the Bears had a top five ranked passing offense?
    They hired a defensive coach to turn a team’s offense around, when nobody has ever been offensive minded in this franchise? Why don’t they hire a great offensive coach to turn the offense around?
    As far back as I can recall, the Bears have not had a good offensive line! Try drafting some GOOD OL!

  68. elschill says: Jan 1, 2013 2:21 PM

    Okay, I really liked Lovie. Think he’s a great coach and believe he will find success quickly in the nfl. But… It was time. His system is more suited for a warm climate or domed stadium. He has the same, speed first philosophy that dungy had, which doesn’t work out great during the Chicago winters. Da Bears need beef to win in the final stretch.

  69. elschill says: Jan 1, 2013 2:25 PM

    Also, I’m sick of the Cutler bashing. The dude is a strong pro qb. Look at how we did without him.

  70. somekat says: Jan 1, 2013 2:43 PM

    Does this guy look like the doc from “back to the future” with shorter hair, or is it just me?

  71. mvp43 says: Jan 1, 2013 2:49 PM

    @satanicxhellxcreature

    Which is why he would make a better D-Coach than a head coach.

  72. larryboodry says: Jan 1, 2013 3:03 PM

    elschill says: Jan 1, 2013 2:25 PM

    “Also, I’m sick of the Cutler bashing. The dude is a strong pro qb. Look at how we did without him.”

    Great post, but the haters will never understand.

  73. keepitsimplestoopid says: Jan 1, 2013 4:29 PM

    That bears O-line has been outright scandalous the last few years. Just horrible.

    You can’t just swap out OC’s every year and pretend that the problem wasn’t higher up the chain (coach and GM).

  74. bujuman69 says: Jan 1, 2013 4:57 PM

    Not a Bears fan…doesn’t it make sense to keep continuity on an overachieving top- notch defense and get a real OC? They should have kept Lovie and hired Norv. O-line is terrible, GM’s job? This guy let his impatient fans make his decision.

  75. bornboxed says: Jan 1, 2013 5:24 PM

    I’m just happy to see the Bears franchise self implode and torpedo into irrelevancy. We all knew it was only a matter of time.

  76. deiong says: Jan 1, 2013 7:32 PM

    think the mistake was putting tice as cordinator. guy may have been good at some point. but he stunk it up this year.

  77. chi01town says: Jan 1, 2013 10:00 PM

    Emery needs to move fast so the New Coach can put his staff together. and who ever that is should get rid of Tice first.

  78. turfrage says: Jan 2, 2013 1:04 AM

    Whoever is blaming Emery for not getting the guys knows nothing about player personnel. Emery just started last year before the draft using another GMs info/priorities, etc. THIS is Phil’s first draft that is his own, with his own scouts, his system, his priorities. He could’ve fired Smith last year, but gave him a year to evaluate him too.

  79. calviniii says: Jan 2, 2013 2:07 AM

    Angelo got them both fired with bad drafts. Bears whiffed on 3 first round tackles, Colombo, Williams and Carimi. What other team has that track record?

  80. smokeyp says: Jan 2, 2013 4:32 AM

    The only question in my mind is why did it take so long? Having a great defense for all these years and nothing to show for it is a shame. All we needed was a mediocre offense and we would have one at least one Superbowl. Lovie & Angelo should have been fired four years ago at the latest.

  81. larryboodry says: Jan 2, 2013 10:11 AM

    The latest name on Emery’s list is Tom Clements, who just jumped to the top of my wish list.

  82. dukemarc says: Jan 2, 2013 11:54 AM

    But Phil, didn’t you fail at providing him an Offensive Line?

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