Fields Change Routines, Eddie Evolves, Everyone’s Fault, and Other Bears

A home-cooked meal last night might really be your first steps out of the slump. If you’re in the middle of the week, try making your favorite meal at home. See if some things do shake up for you.

  • Justin Fields doesn’t take this loser lying around. Literally. As in, he spends time most of us sleep and turns into extra time to study:
  • Watching the bears lose to the packs (again) makes me lose sleep too. So this much is reliable. But I don’t hit the study room too hard when I get up an hour earlier. Instead, I stare at the ceiling and wonder if my clothing choices brought bad magic to the team. I’ll probably hit the study table on my own, too. It can’t hurt, it can help.
  • I love it when things are complete. With that in mind, I’m digging safety Eddie Jackson to earn honorary captain status for the upcoming game against Texas. Heading into week two, Jackson said he hasn’t felt this good (mentally, physically and spiritually) since 2018. The first team passed All-Pro in 2018 (both in And the off the field) in recent years, but it’s refreshing to hear from him that things are improving again. fan too? Coach Matt Eberfels explained how Jackson was awarded the honorary captain’s armband. Via the official Chicago Bears website:

“We think Eddie was playing really well in the first two games. I think he deserved it. He’s a leader. Like I said, we’re all leaders in the way we model our behavior and he did a great job at that in terms of banging, hitting and producing in the first two games, so he deserves it.” completely “.

  • Alex Shapiro (NBCS Chicago) reports that the Bears went the extra mile during Wednesday’s individual workouts to get the details home as they refined the intervention technique after a poor performance on Sunday. Missed tackles were plentiful against the Packers, something we’d all like to see a little bit of – preferably starting this week. Regarding how to do this, Tony Soprano Eberflus put this in the air:
  • As Trib’s Dan Wiederer points out in a follow tweet: “With context, for those who are serious about not laughing a bit or eager to skew this in another direction, Flus was specifically talking about the style of intervention that Bears coaches are hammering with their players.” Good luck with all of that!
  • As for attack issues (particularly with the pass attack), DBB’s Andrew Dannehy puts it succinctly in a headline: Passing the game’s failure is everyone’s fault. it’s the truth. And not only in this tradition Winning as a team, losing as a team sense. Everyone puts their hands in this mess. But from a certain point of view, that’s a good thing. When people take ownership of their own mess, they tend to work harder to get themselves out of the hole they’ve made. It would be great to see how the bears work together to create a better attack.
  • Seriously, this is sick:
  • There are obvious caveats in place. New coaches put new systems in place. And there may be an outbreak in the fields once the kinks are resolved. But it’s tiring that this is the story of the Chicago Bears soccer team in 2022. This is *always* the story of a bear attack. Maybe you can copy and paste that tweet and change the years and it will still be the same. I’m tired of it.
  • Adam Gans (The Athletic) notes how Fields’ handling of high-profile criticism after the loss differs by going head-to-head in his first media appearance since Sunday about Mitchell Trubesky turning off TVs in the building from the few comments. years ago. In the end, Chris Emma (670 The Score) really nailed it in emphasizing how Fields can speak for him as he moves forward. Starting this week against a team from Texas with matches ready to choose from, it’s going to be a great start.
  • What if it turns out that Christian Kirk’s contract isn’t that bad? Brad Bigs (platform) indicates that Kirk’s 195 receiving yards makes him one of the eight receiving yards in the NFL with more yards than the Bears have. Squat.
  • Clear some time from your schedule and write this reading:
  • I found it enlightening with some important perspective that I think gets lost during the NFL coach’s tenures. With that being said, I want You are To give it a read so you can gain a little of your own interpretation of the situation.
  • Congratulations to the South Bend Cubs on winning last night’s championship:
  • Tab has eyes on Blackhawks things:

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