Xs and Os
A chalkboard look at the Chicago Bears playbook.
WCG’s lead draft analyst took to the Caleb Williams tape: all of it.
With all the news from Halas Hall, some of you may have forgotton the season finale less than a week ago. We did not, and we break down the five sacks allowed here...
Three sacks allowed by the Bears to breakdown, but overall the Sackwatch is trending down!
Technically, there was one sack allowed by the Bears this week.
Three Bears sacks allowed to breakdown this week.
Justin Fields was sacked three times, but he also avoided three more in a way that only the QB1 can.
Three sacks to break down, but the Bears won a game!
Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears absolutely must have a better plan for the blitz-heavy Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football. Here are a few things they should keep in mind.
Two sacks to break down, but also a closer look at the DJ Moore TD, and some interesting Next Gen Stats numbers.
The Baltimore Ravens gave the Chicago Bears the blueprint to attack the Detroit Lions offensively. Will they follow it?
ZERO SACKS TO BREAK DOWN THIS WEEK!
Two Bears sacks to break down this week.
Only one Bears sack to break down this week!
Only two sacks to break down this week and it was a Bears win!
Five more sacks allowed by the Bears this week, so let’s see where the blame lies...
Getting out of Washington and only allowing three sacks isn't too shabby. Oh, and a victory, too!
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The stat sheet says the Bears allowed four sacks, but Lester believes that number should only be three.
Lester breaks down the three sacks the Bears allowed this week.
If the Bears want a shot at upsetting the Chiefs, they nforce must force someone other than Travis Kelce to beat them.
Here are all the details on the six sacks allowed by the Chicago Bears.
Maybe the key to unlocking Justin Fields is less complicated than we thought.
Four sacks allowed may seem like a lot, but with it equating to a 9.8 sack percentage, that’s actually an improvement over last year’s 14.8% that Justin Fields took. Yeah... silver linings...
Check out this fair assessment of Justin Fields’ week one performance.
Robert S. takes a look into the film behind which Bears’ WR is most likely to receive an extension after the 2023 season.
WCG’s lead draft analyst looks at how the Bears’ coaching staff worked around Justin Fields better in 2022 than the last regime did in 2021.
Robert Schmitz takes a closer look at Zacch Pickens.
Robert Schmitz discusses his thoughts on Tyrique Stevenson, breaking down his play against the run, the pass, his inconsistencies, his story, and where that should place him in the 2023 Bears’ defense.
Robert S. talked through the Chicago Bears’ 2023 Schedule and tape of their draft picks live on 2nd City Gridiron last night— check it out at the link below!
Robert Schmitz discusses his thoughts on Gervon Dexter, breaking down his play against the run, the pass, his get-off, and where that should place him in the 2023 Bears’ defense.
Robert S. talked through the tape of the Chicago Bears’ draft picks live on 2nd City Gridiron last night — check it out at the link below!