Cosell’s Coaching Tape: 10/22/09 Notes

BEARS OFFENSE V. FALCONS DEFENSE

Bears pass game featured quick drops, with the ball coming out of Cutler’s hands fast; Protect an average pass blocking OL
Bears passing game very controlled and managed, They didn’t attack downfield very much and when they did they did not protect very well
Forte looked slow, Did not see much lateral quickness, Did not change direction or stop and start with much decisiveness – No juice
Cutler looks down-the-gun-barrel, He’s oblivious to pressure – He’s a big time thrower, as gifted as any passer in the NFL
Falcons zone blitzed on consecutive plays (final play of first quarter, first play of second quarter): Bennett 21 yds, Knox 23 yd TD – Knox TD was a great read by Cutler, and a great throw; Knox beat the press coverage of CB Houston
LT Pace really struggled to anchor, It looks as if there is no strength left in his lower body – He has no movement skills anymore, He is a [...]

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