Tillman: "Johnson a 'Madden NFL' creation"

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  1. JustAnotherBearsFan99

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    This is the game we HAVE to have the defensive line show up in. According to Peanut, the prime reason we have kept Calvin Johnson in check, is because our defensive line has put bigtime heat on the QB.

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    A said in the another thread, with Nate out he can easily be double teamed
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    Yeah, this will be a true test for Tucker.

    Game 1: Green burned us for 162 yards.
    Game 3: Brown put up 196 yards.

    Lets hope the Lions don't have any more colors of the Rainbow at WR.
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    Calvin Johnson in Triple Coverage

    That won't stop him if the DL gives up too much time to the QB. Peanut is hurt. Even if he does play, he will not be healthy. We're giving up a lot of big plays already (as Jimmors pointed out). Johnson can do a LOT of scoring if we can't keep decent pressure on Stafford.

    I've been critical of Lovie Smith, but I do give him props for having solid DL play on his teams. Without that pressure, guys like Rodgers & Stafford in our division (and other solid QB's we'll play this year) will gut us & beat us.

    They need to figure out the DL and get it playing better - beginning with THIS game.
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