Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by JustAnotherBearsFan99, Sep 7, 2013.
Actually, this is pretty good IMHO.
I think the quote: The way to do it is force them to defend the whole field, not half of it. Make them defend every level and every zone. You do this by spreading the ball to all your weapons.
You force defenses to respect those weapons by going to them.
All the elite quarterbacks create receivers.
Makes a lot of sense but only if there is workable talent to begin with. JA couldn't find a WR if he was grafted to Jerry Rice. Getting real wr's not the Hester's, Rasheed Davis, or Roy Williams etc.
I am certainly not a JA fan. He takes a few jabs, but he is pretty much spot on. He does conveniently forget the lack of upfront line support.
Most of it sounds like he still thinks Jay can be good, and the comment about Jay having an offensive specialist, means he recognizes that lovie was not the right coach for Jay
He forgot to mention that the Bears OL hasn't done a great job protecting him or running the ball on first-and-goal from the 2-yd. line, That is going to change this year. Also,not Jay'sfault that the Bears have not had a TE who can catch a football since Greg Olsen left. My complaint is that he holds unto the ball too long, leading to sacks and INT's. We want to see that area improve under this new offense.
This is a lot like a 650 lb dude telling you how to lose weight. STFU, you can't even pretend to know what you are talking about. In a related matter, Millen is still "analyzing" games for espn. 0-16. Your credibility is nil.
Agree with Short faced bear, sharing the ball around was the biggest thing that was lacking this year. Call it bad play calling, lack of suitable WR or attribute blame where ever you like, it doesn't change the fact that, that was a huge problem this year. Heres hoping that this will all change this season, starting with tomorrows game.
I thought, for the most part, his assessment was apt. He didn't mention words like "petulant" or "body language", so that puts him ahead of most critiques.
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