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Video: Zero Prep - What Happened on the Interception?

Mitch Trubisky threw an interception in the end zone against the Vikings last Sunday. Let’s see if we can figure out what happened.

Let’s figure this out, together.

This is a play that bugged me when I saw it live last Sunday. It wasn’t clear who the ball was going to, what the routes were, whether or not it was a bad throw, etc. Normally, I might go over this play, figure everything out, make notes, then record a Just One Play video about it... but I decided to try something new (ok, quicker). So, I recorded myself while I watched to All-22 of this play for the first time, and tried to work it out in real time. No notes, no structure, Zero Prep.

Because of that, there’s a lot of hemming and hawing that goes on. It’s basically my stream of consciousness while I try and work out what happened. If that sounds interesting to you, or you just have 12 minutes to burn during the holidays and staring blankly off into space isn’t your thing, have a look!

This was just something quick and easy to produce while I work on something... with more production value. Anyway, leave your thoughts on the play down in the comments!


Was this a bad route, or a bad throw?

This poll is closed

  • 23%
    Bad route. Trubisky threw the corner route, Robinson just hesitated before his break.
    (234 votes)
  • 36%
    Bad throw. Robinson was running an out route, Trubisky just sailed it.
    (359 votes)
  • 40%
    Neither. The interference kept Robinson from having a shot at it.
    (402 votes)
995 votes total Vote Now

Will Robinson II is a freelance graphic artist/content creator, an avid Bears fan and apparently speaks in the third person. You can follow him on Twitter @WhiskeyRanger29, and check him out on Youtube at WhiskeyRanger.