Monday Night’s game against Washington brought with it plenty of positives for the Chicago Bears. Between relentless defensive pressure, savvy offensive play-calling, and improved 3rd down efficiency, the Bears did plenty of things well that they’ll hope to build on going into this weekend’s game against the Vikings. But was everything as good as it seemed? What’s ultimately holding the offense back? I investigate in my latest video breakdown!
In this video, I break down the 5 sets of plays that stuck out to me the most, specifically discussing...
- The defense’s dominating 5 turnover performance
- Matt Nagy’s game plan and his subtle changes to the Bears’ pre-snap offense
- Mitchell Trubisky’s throw heard ‘round Chicago
- Danny Trevathan’s fake-out blitz
- The offensive line’s issues in both pass and run blocking
- And much, much more...
Check it out below and let me know what you think!
What did you think of the Washington game? Did I miss your favorite play? And what do you think the Bears need to show against the Vikings next week?