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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    Personally I think there's no way he could ever hurt us more than Booker did. That guy tore us up. Is Ogunleye as good as his stats, or was he helped by the fact he was opposite Jason Taylor?

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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    I think he did good, but i think having jason taylor on the other end helped a lot. I think he'll do good, just not as good as he was in miami. Isint the bears other de alex brown or bryan robinson or something like that??? Too lazy to look it up. :? Well one more thing on defense to worry about as yes, booker has torn us apart before, ie 2002.
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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    Are the Bears just going to keep the WR core that they have now? Aside from Booker, they didn't have a whole lot of talent in that area.
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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    Why did the Vikings get this guy. I would have given the fish a 3rd round pick and some one else. I would hate to give up one of our WR though.

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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    "tlk23" wrote:
    Why did the Vikings get this guy. I would have given the fish a 3rd round pick and some one else. I would hate to give up one of our WR though.
    The Bears got this guy. NOt the Vikes.

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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    the bears got a steal for O, Booker was no big talent to lose
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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    I think this is a great pickup for them. They have Urlacher, Mike Brown, Alex Brown, Ogukhoiueaoigh-yay, and don't forget Charles Tillman. Tillman is going to be a very good corner. I hate the Bears, but this defense could be very good. I am confident that we will beat the Bears, but it won't be a cake walk.

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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    "Jer" wrote:
    I think this is a great pickup for them. They have Urlacher, Mike Brown, Alex Brown, Ogukhoiueaoigh-yay, and don't forget Charles Tillman. Tillman is going to be a very good corner. I hate the Bears, but this defense could be very good. I am confident that we will beat the Bears, but it won't be a cake walk.
    I agree, the Bears could have a very good D.

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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    "Jer" wrote:
    I think this is a great pickup for them. They have Urlacher, Mike Brown, Alex Brown, Ogukhoiueaoigh-yay, and don't forget Charles Tillman. Tillman is going to be a very good corner. I hate the Bears, but this defense could be very good. I am confident that we will beat the Bears, but it won't be a cake walk.
    Hey Jer, you meant WE "the Vikes", right?

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    What Will Ogunleye's Impact Be?

    Bears had a good D last year, but they just got rid of their best offensive player. Their offense isn't scaring anyone now. Still they got the best of that deal.


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