What’s up Bears fans! On this episode of Bear With Me, I start out by discussing the latest news from OTAs. Who’s playing playing well? Has anyone gotten hurt? [START-12:15]
I then cover a few quotes and stories that came out of this weekend’s Bears100 celebration, including Pace’s trade for Khalil Mack, the scouting departments’ thoughts on Ha Ha Clinton Dix. and a surprising defensive lineman who’s already caught DC Chuck Pagano’s attention. [12:15-20:30]
After that I spend the rest of the episode talking about the importance of head coaching in the NFL, highlighting Bill Belichick as a prime example of what a great coach can do for a team. I also talk about what makes Matt Nagy so good for our offense while answering these three questions (posed by our own Nut_Cracker):
- What is a “scripted” drive and how does it differ from unscripted drives?
- Why is only the first drive scripted? Why not subsequent drives?
- MT10 thrives in scripted drives. Does that mean MT10 is not mature enough to lead and execute on unscripted drives?
Give it a listen and let me know what you think!
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