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Bears not who we thought they were. But who are they? Plus: Chicago Predicts Bears Season, Audio Version; Cubs Suddenly Better Than Bears; Like Theo Before Him, Rick Hahn Is A Stone-Cold Liar, and more!
:11: Double Doink Da Bears.
* Coffman, Tru Time: "In college, Pat Mahomes threw more passes in a month's worth of games at Texas Tech than Mitch Trubisky threw in his entire career."
* Matt Nagy is talking about practice.
* Maybe Mitch needs a timeout.
Penalty, #Bears. Delay of season.— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) September 6, 2019
* Scott Mitchell Trubisky vs . . .
* Ha Ha.
Adrian Amos picks off an inexcusable throw by Mitchell Trubisky and the #Bears are close to done in this one.— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) September 6, 2019
Steve Young called it a "high school staredown." Well said.— Haymaker (@hamtruths) September 6, 2019
I'm going to bed now.
#Bears-#Packers: End zone angle on the Trubisky INT. Eyes are locked-in on the corner route. That puts S Adrian Amos in a position to break on the ball & overlap the route. @NFLMatchup pic.twitter.com/Ey9a06VMTH— Matt Bowen (@MattBowen41) September 6, 2019
* Freezing Cold Take.
Prediction: 12 hours from now, America is going to be in love with David Montgomery.— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) September 5, 2019
* Plea to Matt Nagy: Don't turn Tarik Cohen into Devin Hester.
*Anthony Miller was on the field for 15-of-71 offensive snaps.— Dan Gaspar (@MrTuttle05) September 6, 2019
*Out snapped by both Javon Wims (20) and Cordarrelle Patterson (20).
*Tarik Cohen lined up in the slot on 40 snaps.
Remember when the Browns out of nowhere played Duke Johnson as a receiver a couple of years ago?— Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) September 6, 2019
Bears basically did the same thing with Tarik Cohen yesterday.
44 of 46 snaps on O either in the slot or out wide. 47/51 inc no-plays.
tarik cohen is no longer a running back, he is the starting slot WR for the chicago bears— Nick_BDGE (@Nick_BDGE) September 6, 2019
played on 50 snaps last night
backfield: 4 (8%)
slot: 39 (78%)
out wide: 7 (14%)
* Then punt! (But really?)
On the 4th & 10 decision:— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) September 6, 2019
- Nagy said a 51-yd FG was out of the range Chris Tabor had set pregame, but 46 would have been a go w/out the delay of game
- Seems like Pineiro still needs to earn trust. Nagy: "I felt like the percentages were better for us to go for it and get it."
So that's why #Packers drafted JK Scott in the 5th round. A 63-yard punt with the game on the line, and a holding penalty pushes the Bears back to their 14-yard line. Give the punter a game ball.— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) September 6, 2019
* Favorite play situation.
That was the fourth 1st-and-40+ play in the NFL since 1994, FYI.— JJ Stankevitz (@JJStankevitz) September 6, 2019
* Rodgers' clock.
This happens every nfl game & not just for Rodgers. Refs watch the play clock hit 0, then they look to see if the ball has been snapped. Theres always a split second to spare after it hits 0. Bears delay of games clearly took longer than that to snap the ball. Stop making excuses— Dan Stade (@WhosYourStade) September 6, 2019
Maybe it's like in The Quick and the Dead: There's a click before the strike.
* Depth bomb.
Jimmy Graham wins in the end zone against Deon Bush, who is apparently playing over Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at safety— Zach Kruse (@zachkruse2) September 6, 2019
* You can call him Ray.
10. Roy Robertson-Harris is such a cool story. Overlooked kid from UTEP is an undrafted free agent. Misses his rookie year. Switches from edge rusher to 3-4 defensive end and steadily rises up the depth chart.— Erik Lambert (@ErikLambert1) September 6, 2019
He was almost unstoppable in that game. He's come a long way. #Bears
42:38: Chicago Predicts Bears Season.
48:27: Cubs Suddenly Better Than Bears.
* Schwarber 4, Pineiro 3
* Zobrist 5-for-5, Trubisky 26-for-45
* Boom or bust.
Brewers (52%) and Cubs (50.7%) are the top two NL teams for highest percentage of runs scored via home run. Crew takes 2-1 lead on Hernán Pérez's opposite field shot.— Sophia Minnaert (@SophiaMinnaert) September 5, 2019
57:32: Like Theo Before Him, Rick Hahn Is Lying And Violating The CBA.
1:02:37: Sky vs. Sun.
1:04:34: Blackhawks Training Camp Opens Next Week.
1:04:32: Hutchison Has A Hammy.
1:04:57: No College Football News.
1:05:00: No Chicago Fire News.
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