We take an All-22 look at the Bears’ trips bunch verticals scheme.
It’s a double-edged sword when Atlanta blitzes, and the Falcons have been burned often.
We take a under-the-hood look at the play design on Alshon Jeffery’s touchdown against the Packers.
Fuller’s second interception last Sunday demonstrated his smarts and athleticism.
Against a complex running scheme with a mobile quarterback, each Bear must do his job.
Keeping outside contain and forcing Spiller inside will be vital for the Bears.
The simplicity of the Seahawks’ defense lets talent dominate, but here’s how to beat it.
Game tape doesn’t lie, and it shows where McClellin struggled against the Eagles.
The Bears are good in the red zone in part because of this go-to concept.
The high/low attack can stretch the defense vertically and horizontally if executed correctly.
An important concept worked wonders for the Bears’ offense last season.
Dan Durkin breaks down Marshall’s blocking, release from the line and some tricks of the trade.
The Bears will soon discover if the poor pass rush outputs of Mel Tucker’s defenses are a result or minimal talent or poor scheme.
Allen’s physical tools aren’t what they once were, but his instincts still are top-notch.
Houston has the versatility and read-and-react skills the Bears coveted.
Our expert breaks down what the buzzwords the Bears are using actually mean.
Once the Eagles shift into high gear and run their up-tempo, no huddle offense, they put a defense on its heels, both from a fatigue and assignment standpoint.
Let’s go to the film room to look at a few of the Browns pressure packages.
It takes more than speed and strength to play wide receiver in the NFL.
Nine weeks ago, Rams rookie running back Zac Stacy was a healthy scratch.