Cosell’s Coaching Tape: Week Sixteen 12/29/09 Notes

BEARS OFFENSE V. VIKINGS DEFENSE

Kennedy started at DT in place of the inactive P. Williams
Sapp was again the Vikings nickel corner
Vikings at times utilized a 3-3-5 package against Bears 3 WR personnel, That kept Brinkley on the field
Clark 26 yds on 3rd + 3 came with both Clark and Olsen on the field, Vikings stayed with base 4-3 personnel
Olsen utilized as a “Joker”, aligned all over the formation; He dictates matchups based on personnel package and formation – Olsen’s ability to align as a WR allowed the Bears to utilize “22” personnel as a major part of their offense
Forte no juice to his movement, Methodical but with one speed, No burst or acceleration
One tendency I’ve noticed is that defenses drop DL into coverage against Cutler inside the 10 yard line given Cutler’s propensity to throw the ball inside with little definition
Brinkley a tendency to play laterally, At times seemed tentative and hesitant in his reactions to run – [...]

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