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Shifting narratives all over the landscape. Plus: The Duensing Principle, and Schweinsteiger!
2:28: Vic Fangio Slows Media's Roll.
Vic Fangio: "I think it's a wrong picture to paint that the defense was great and the rest of the team wasn't."— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) January 18, 2018
#Bears DC Vic Fangio on the strides made defensively this season: "We were 5-11. If we were a great defense, we'd have more than five wins. There's a lot of room for improvement."— Adam Jahns (@adamjahns) January 18, 2018
Vic Fangio "Do your research" pic.twitter.com/NlpKVg0ynp— ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD2_) January 18, 2018
I think I'm the only person in Chicago who doesn't think Vic Fangio is completely irreplaceable.— Julie DiCaro (@JulieDiCaro) January 10, 2018
Probably my favorite moment from today's presser was Vic Fangio's opening statement: "Alright, let's continue this love fest. Go ahead."— Da Bears Brothers (@DaBearsBros) January 18, 2018
7:55: Skol, Vikings!
* On Case Keenum and the meritocracy.
16:17: Bells & Bulls.
* Coffman: Bulls' Sample Size No Longer Small.
20:00: The Duensing Principle.
* Fangraphs: There Are Two Things To Be Said About Brian Duensing.
25:51: The Bulls Change The Narrative.
* Butler trade working out better than expected, i.e., Lauri Markkanen is pretty good even if Jimmy remains a star. But you'd still take Butler over Markkanen and Dunn; we haven't seen Zach LaVine yet. So make no mistake, this trade isn't likely to ever be a "win."
* Niko Mirotic is for real.
* Hoiberg can coach given his kind of roster.
* Thibs time.
53:00: Corey Crawford Confusion.
Chicago Blackhawk forward called him the n-word.
* And so is Dax McCarty, more importantly.
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