Hey Chicago Bears fans — I went live on my YouTube channel (Run Pass Opinion) last night to break down the film from Luke Getsy’s 2018 Mississippi State Bulldogs (and a few Packers’ 3rd downs) to try and shed light on the strengths and weaknesses of the Bears’ new OC’s offensive philosophy.
Throughout the stream I’ll talk through...
- What plays made up Luke Getsy’s 2018 passing game? How does he like to get WRs open?
- How did Getsy like to run the ball?
- What schematic weaknesses, if any, did Getsy’s old tape show?
- Do the Packers’ recent play on 3rd downs show any improvement?
- What expectations should we have for his offense going forward?
- And much, much more...
Check it out and let me know what you think!
Note: Now that we’re in the offseason, streams like this won’t be quite as consistent as the 1-per-week pace I produced during the season — my plan is to lean more into 12-20 minute edited videos, but you can expect the occasional stream whenever there’s a topic like this that I’ve not been quick enough to cover otherwise.
Plenty more to come throughout the offseason — between a Fields breakdown, draft content, free agency, and more there’ll be plenty of content coming your way all the way up until the 2022 season’s kick-off. Thanks so much for Bearing With Me!