The Chris Harris Effect

March 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This is just a fun thought.
It’s easy to put the blame on a lot of things or people for this disastrous Chicago Bears season. Is Chris Harris one of them?
You can blame the coaching, the players, or even Jay Cutler. But what if a simple trade that Jerry Angelo made in the 2007 training camp was never made? What if they would have kept this particular player instead of letting him go because the position was “full”? Let’s find out.
The Bears traded safety Chris Harris to the Carolina Panthers during training camp 2007. Angelo said the trade was made because we were too deep at safety. But are you ever really to deep at a position? Especially with a guy that started at safety since his rookie year.
In Harris rookie year of 2005, Harris recorded three interceptions along with 48 tackles and two fumble recovery’s. Not bad for a rookie, huh?
In 2006 Harris was a key member of a defense that was one of the best in the NFL. A high ...

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