Originally Posted by Shark86x
This heavy-duty pass rushing is "life in the NFL" for offenses now. They have to evolve to deal with these defenses. It really isn't rocket science. Other teams are finding ways to deal with it. We haven't
We just have Cutler holding onto the ball too long and getting killed. Or, he throws an int. None of us understands why our offense has evolved into simply Cutler forcing balls too often to B. Marshall - who isn't open. Where is the coaching here?
Last edited by JustAnotherBearsFan99; 10-01-2012 at 12:41 PM.
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My point exactly. Where is the coaching? That option should be available on every damn pass play. You start doing that every blitz and they'll stop blitzing. Or they'll have to cover that guy, meaning one less rusher jumping on Cutler.
Originally Posted by JustAnotherBearsFan99
And Lovie should be all over Tice for that as well. I know Lovie's a defense guy, but come on man, you don't run a good defense not knowing what the offense can do.
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The seem to always be looking for the big plays and not the little dump pass that works for so many teams.