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Anatomy of a Play: The Bellamy Bamboozle

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Robert S. continues his series dedicated to analyzing the underrated plays of 2018 by looking at Bellamy’s fake-screen touchdown play from Week 4.

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Bears fans, have you ever heard someone call Matt Nagy a “great play-caller” and wondered what that actually means? If so, I’ve got you covered in this episode of Anatomy of a Play!

This episode is all about the fake screen that the Bears ran successfully in Week 4 against Tampa Bay — you may remember it as the play where Tarik Cohen put his hands up to signal “touchdown” while Trubisky’s pass to Bellamy was still in the air. Throughout the video I cover how Matt Nagy set Tampa Bay’s defense up to fail and why his ability to self-scout is so important to our 2019 offense’s success — check it out and let me know what you think!

If you’ve followed the series so far, you may have noticed that I’ve covered three play-types — an offensive big play, a defensive big play, and an example of Nagy’s creativity. These three categories are the ones I want to stick with going forward, but I’m flexible about which one I’ll revisit next. With that in mind, which do you want to see?

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Which type of play do you want to see spotlighted next?

This poll is closed

  • 15%
    Offensive Big Play
    (36 votes)
  • 25%
    Defensive Big Play
    (57 votes)
  • 59%
    Creative Nagy Playcall
    (134 votes)
227 votes total Vote Now