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Bear With Me: Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics (With Johnathan Wood!)

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In this episode, Robert S. brings in Da Bears Blog’s Johnathan Wood to talk about numerical trends of the 2018 Chicago Bears. What drives Nagy’s offense? What are Trubisky’s statistical strengths and weaknesses? What physical traits are we looking for in a drafted RB? All this and more on this episode of Bear With Me!

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Hey Bears Fans! Instead of talking about kicking tryouts or Aaron Lynch’s re-signing, I brought in Da Bears Blog’s resident statistician Johnathan Wood to talk about everything statistical we could think of relating to the 2018 Chicago Bears. Throughout this episode we talk about...

  • What statistically drives Nagy’s offense?
  • What did Trubisky statistically do well? What did he do poorly?
  • How did Daniels, Whitehair, and Long’s presences affect the offense?
  • What scouting combine measurements make up most Andy Reid/Matt Nagy feature backs? Which RBs in this draft fit that profile?
  • Why are combine measurements important, anyways?
  • What positions (outside of RB) should we look at with pick #87?
  • Which physical traits make up Nagy “U” TEs?
  • And much, much more!

Give it a listen and let me know what you think!

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