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Chicago Bears Sackwatch 2018: Week 4 vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Even though the Chicago Bears have given up 9 sacks in the first three weeks , I thought their pass protection has been solid. Pass pro with a young quarterback is a challenge at times, and as Mitchell Trubisky settles in and gains familiarity in the offense, his pocket presence will improve and we’ll see the sacks decrease. That’s exactly what we saw on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Trubisky looked comfortable in the pocket and he, for the most part, remained calm and was delivering strikes all over the field (including to his left). Pro Football Focus had the Bears pass protection only allowing 4 total pressures in Trubisky’s 28 drop backs. With one sack allowed on Sunday, let’s take a look at the historical Sackwatch after 4 games to see how the offense did under previous play callers. 2010 - 18 Martz2011 - 15 Martz2012 - 13 Tice2013 - 6 Trestman2014 - 8 Trestman2015 - 9 Gase2016 - 11 Loggians2017 - 8 Loggains2018 - 10 NagySack 10 - First Quarter 10:05 - Jason Pierre-PaulJPP had three sacks on the season heading into the game, and he’s compiled over 60 in his nine career, so he’s a guy you have to be cognizant of. I thought the Bears. and left tackle Charles Leno Jr., did a very good job against him all afternoon. Even on this particular sack, Leno does a good job. He keeps his body between JPP and the pocket where his quarterback should be. It’s the edge pressure from the opposite side that flushes Trubisky into Pierre-Paul’s waiting arms. Right tackle Bobby Massie was just beat around the edge by Vinny Curry (#97). It was nothing fancy by Tampa’s defensive end. He just extended his inside arm to keep Massie off him and kept working around. Massie’s feet looked good, but when his punch didn’t connect first, he just wasn’t quick enough to stay with Curry. Trubisky tried to evade the rush, but his escape went outside of Leno’s block, which allowed JPP to get the look-what-I-found sack. If Massie’s guy doesn’t flush Trubisky into Pierre-Paul this sack doesn’t happen, so I’m giving the sack allowed to Massie.Individual Sackwatch after week 4:Mitchell Trubisky - 4.5Sacks Happen - 2Kyle Long - 1Bobby Massie - 1Dion Sims - .5Charles Leno - .5Erik Kush - .5One more thing, check out the interior of the Bears o-line and watch how Kyle Long (RG) and Cody Whitehair (C) pick up the twist in front of them. The twist came late, and the patience from the two Bears helped them flawlessly work together. The Chicago Bears are finally through the first half of their 2018 season and by the surprise of most , they find themselves in first place with a chance to extend their grip on the NFC North next weekend.While most viewed this as a “trap game” of sorts, the Bears capitalized on a chance to get back to a season-high two games over .500 and a chance to control their own destiny heading into the meat and potatoes of their schedule.The Bears extended their point differential to (+83) with a 32-point victory on Sunday but it likely wasn’t what most fans would expect if they hadn’t seen the box score yet. The team’s mantra of losing ugly continues to be a trend, even with a 41-9 victory.Even so, there was plenty to like in Week 9, so let’s dive into this week’s game ball session.CB Kyle FullerPhoto by Brett Carlsen/Getty ImagesIt’s safe to say that Fuller was not only the team’s best defensive player but the best player on the field for either side on Sunday.Fuller’s stat line of three tackles, three PBUs and an interception didn’t tell the whole story. Not only did he get himself an interception, he was the reason for both Adrian Amos’ pick and Leonard Floyd’s pick-six.The 26-year-old was all over the field today and continues to build on a good season, after a rough start through the first four games. One of the big reasons for that? He’s finally getting his head back around in coverage, which is allowing him to make plays on the ball.When Fuller’s eyes are on the quarterback, he’s a playmaker and needless to say, he showed that today, in a big way. After the Bears matched the Packers’ pricey offer sheet, expectations were high. I’d say over the last few games, he’s starting to live up to that contract and coming up big when the team needs it the most.Fuller’s ascension as a playmaking corner is what gives him this week’s game ball on the defensive side.Honorable Mention: OLB Leonard FloydPhoto by Brett Carlsen/Getty ImagesSpeaking of Floyd, he’s this week’s honorable mention with his strongest game of the 2018 season.He didn’t register a sack for the eighth straight game but all other aspects of his game were on full display in Sunday’s win. He played the run at an elite level, causing multiple short-yardage runs.Floyd was also more than adequate in coverage, as he blew up a screen and had himself a pick-six thanks for Fuller’s outstanding play at the line of scrimmage. The former ninth overall pick may not be lighting it up in the sack column but make no mistake Authentic Eddie Jackson Jersey , he’s playing well in other facets. It’s also worth noting that Vic Fangio’s defense requires his outside linebackers to do much more than just rushing the passer, which means stellar play against the run and a good ability in coverage. Floyd’s performance was good on multiple levels in today’s game. Now he must build off that as they get Khalil Mack back and hope that sacks start coming. The talent is there and now we are finally seeing some of the results in 2018.RB Jordan HowardThe offensive game ball was a hard decision this week. The Bears as a unit only had 190 total offensive yards, so it was slim pickings for today’s honor.Even so, Howard did more than enough to garner that honor. His overall numbers of 14 rushes for 47 yards (3.4 average) wasn’t overly impressive but he found the end zone twice against a very stout Bills defense.Howard’s involvement in the offense remains somewhat inconsistent, but it’s been evident over the past few weeks that head coach Matt Nagy is trying to get him more involved, even if it’s in sporadic situations.As a whole, the team’s offense only ran 45 plays, so there wasn’t a ton of room for flashy numbers, but with a 41-9 score, you’ll take those final results every time. As the weather gets colder and it becomes harder to throw the ball, I’d expect Howard’s role to expand but he showed flashes of his former self with his 18-yard touchdown, in which he ran over a defensive back before heading into the end zone.All in all, this was yet another performance for Howard where you can start to see light at the end of the tunnel for this running game. The Detroit Lions defense should be much easier to run on this coming Sunday, even with the addition of Damon Harrison.Rookie receiver Anthony Miller would have been the only other player that could have been under consideration for this week’s offensive honor. Miller led all pass catchers with five catches for 49 yards.
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