sledge...whats the purpose of using a passive aggressive insult, like you didn't read my post? If I didn't read your post, I wouldn't have replied... but back to the matter at hand...we clearly have a different view of under (or over) achieving. I do factor in past seasons and current expectations. I'm still not sure what you call underachieving. Please, give me an example of someone underachieving in your book. All I see our excuses (bad qb, injury, different system, etc)... In my book when you go sign a free agent WR to a hefty contract, and they only play half the games and the games they did play they were a non-factor, they are not off the hook. In my book it makes them an underachiever. By signing someone to a certain contract, you have placed on them an expectation of achievement. If they don't reach that expectation of achievement whether b/c of injury, a poor qb or dropped passes, it is all underachieving... as for Bennett...he has been our #1 WR all season long...Again, by being a #1 WR there is an excpectation of achievement. According to the stats, our #1 WR (whether it is bennett or happenned to be someone else) is not even in the top 32 WR's in the league, that is underachieving. In my book when the TE group leads the league in receptions one year and then is almost invicible the next, that is underachieving. And I said that Wade hasn't underachieved. You agreed, but said it was b/c the bears wr suck? what? he hasn't underachieved b/c he wasn't expected to do as well as he has. The football outsiders rated him as the worst WR in the league last year and he has clearly been better than that. It has nothing to do with the Bears current WR's. The bottomline is this. Our offense hasn't really been too good this year. Since turning to Vince, things have gotten better. But mostly from a running game standpoint. Our WR's and TE's are still underachieving based on what they have done and are capable of doing and are expected to do.