Film Study: SO MANY SACKS: What went wrong for Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears offense

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27 Comments

  1. Omar A
    Omar A 27 September, 2021, 11:02

    The bias that Jackson has against Justin Fields and for Zach Wilson is ridiculous. They both are playing for bad offenses and bad coaches. I cannot evaluate Justin based on this game because he never had a shot to begin with. Nagy said after the game that he takes responsibility. That’s the first time he’s done that, so you can tell his ego is bruised. He needs to go

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  2. Happy Wrenching
    Happy Wrenching 27 September, 2021, 11:23

    Quit blaming Nagy fans. This is why Dalton was starting.

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  3. oakland traphouse
    oakland traphouse 27 September, 2021, 12:23

    I would've had 15 designed qb runs

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  4. Neil Smith
    Neil Smith 27 September, 2021, 12:53

    Myles getting Sack Record this year!!!!

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  5. Bill Rich
    Bill Rich 27 September, 2021, 13:11

    No video needed. Highest % pressured ever (since started being tracked in 2009). Everything else is just noise.

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  6. Edbaccaswg
    Edbaccaswg 27 September, 2021, 13:11

    Fields did not do well but let's be honest, go to a Friday night high school game anywhere in the united states and I guarantee you will see a better-called game with schemes designed around the talent or lack of talent at said high school. I can see why you want to be in empty to get zero coverage and let fields get rid of it quickly or run but that thought should have changed after about sack 3, they went empty 13 times? they couldn't block 4 or 5 man fronts in 11 or 12 personal. someone in that building needs to have the stones to tell nagy he needs to head coach, Lazor at least looked like he was running a "system" with screens, boots, sprint out, plays that would set up other plays.

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  7. Duds47
    Duds47 27 September, 2021, 15:26

    Why do you do film analysis. You thought fields didn’t “pick up the blitz”. He had max protect and hook zone back shot the gap when back stayed in. Why are you doing film if you don’t know what you are talking about. Even your commentary has no actual football terminology

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  8. Anton Afenesenkov
    Anton Afenesenkov 27 September, 2021, 15:37

    Over explain much? Come on get to the core points

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  9. Kimo from Kalihi
    Kimo from Kalihi 27 September, 2021, 15:50

    Raidersssss🏴‍☠️

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  10. DLW
    DLW 27 September, 2021, 16:09

    Asshat. Sometimes your destroying your own piint to try to be overly critical. Did the young man play well….he'll no but….what the hell was he supposed to do in his first game. If the line is trash and he is running immediately and no one is open….how the hell is it his fault.

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  11. Nick Weiss
    Nick Weiss 27 September, 2021, 16:23

    I knew this whupping was coming, so sure I took CLE to cover lol, but was still painful to watch as a bears fan. Good call on Fields not knowing where to position in the pocket, easily fixable with consistency with his new line. Whether the O line can be fixed is a grim proposition right now. Make no mistake, I thought Fields sucked, but there was a lot of good to take away, number one being his poise. he didn't start flinging the ball wildly, losing his mechanics, etc. He delivers an accurate ball; obviously the Browns D is too good to allow the extra processing time any rookie needs, but his misses were either close, or obvious throwaways. Another huge thing- NO TURNOVERS. The margin for error against a team this good is zero, and impressively, he didn't turn the ball over. Say what you will about the pass interference call, DB did impede Robinson's progress with his hands, right in front of the ref. Illegal contact would probably be more appropriate, at any rate, no turnovers. Of course he's slow on his reads and throws, but not all of them. The kid got knocked down nine times and got up 10, hopefully his hand is good to go for next week. He earned the respect of Browns at any rate, they helped his sorry * up off the field as much as his own teammates lol. Just a classic beat down by a good team, welcome to the NFL. The Bengals and Lions are more approachable, if Fields is ready to go that should be at least a gradable performance. Yes, the "rollout" thing is a Chicago sports trope btw. Fire Nagy Now is another one lol, I don't know what to do now but this is not a professional O line, fire the GM for building this scrap heap too.

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  12. DaVeoo
    DaVeoo 27 September, 2021, 17:25

    It’s coaching when it comes to fields but the first 2 qbs in the draft are on the worst teams and are the most criticized 🤔

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  13. 300TV
    300TV 27 September, 2021, 17:52

    Wow, they roll Fields out and he makes a play. Crazy how that works

    I wish he had a competent coaching staff on him that would develop his progressions and throwing time

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  14. Dr Mango
    Dr Mango 27 September, 2021, 17:52

    0:15 Justin Herbert

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  15. Roger Gould
    Roger Gould 27 September, 2021, 18:54

    Everybody needs to drive around with a "Fire Nagy AND Ted" sign from their Cars!! Spread the hate!!!!

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  16. Braceman1023
    Braceman1023 27 September, 2021, 19:19

    BS, you need protection on any team to be successful period. Fields needed help and people need to step up. He got screwed by the coaches and teammates. The kid is good really good but he needs time and help with his coaches and players. Get real

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  17. Michael Thompson
    Michael Thompson 27 September, 2021, 19:41

    Constructive criticism from casual watcher, maybe show the play then analyze. Or say, watch this circled player come late on a blitz, then watch the play, then analyze so we follow along better. Just some thoughts, appreciate the content, keep it up!

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  18. Seth Butler
    Seth Butler 27 September, 2021, 20:38

    Great analysis. So damn true.

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  19. Ian Peck
    Ian Peck 28 September, 2021, 03:52

    The second video, his guard just doesn’t get the linebacker and it’s his fault.

    A “weak penalty” that literally was the only reason there even was a INT, full arm extension push off for the pick.

    Your bias is unbelievable.

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  20. HeHateMe
    HeHateMe 28 September, 2021, 05:23

    This is why rookie QB's should sit a year. They all have looked really fkn bad. Mac has looked the best & even he has been subpar by nfl standards.

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  21. Boodaviking Boo
    Boodaviking Boo 28 September, 2021, 05:54

    This is a very biased video. Fields played like a rookie, but his oline played like they have no buisness in the league. Every single play they are getting pushed back into fields. He literally had less than a second (.78) on average to throw. For context the league average is 2.72 to throw.

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  22. Chris Miller
    Chris Miller 28 September, 2021, 07:51

    Here's a legitimate question. I don't remember when these plays were in the game but how much of his bad play was affected by the sacks? I'm thinking Fields didn't make a read with the one where the check down was wide open but rather planned to throw it there before he snapped the ball. Could have been a mixture of not realizing what coverage the Browns were in and the clock in his head of when he needed to get the ball out.

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  23. The Real Mad Titan
    The Real Mad Titan 28 September, 2021, 14:18

    You need to reevaluate your opinion on the second sack by JOK. You flip that camera and he already had someone in his lap. Hard to tell here but you can find another angle where making that throw would have been a dangerous move.

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  24. Omar Farooqui
    Omar Farooqui 28 September, 2021, 14:24

    How is anyone going get open when fields literally had 1 sec before the defense was in his face. Nagy should be fired for not making adjustments like using Tightends for extra protection or just letting lazor call the damn plays.

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  25. K H
    K H 28 September, 2021, 14:56

    Nagy made no adjustments to help his QB. Fields was averaging 1.48 seconds to get rid of the ball. I think Nagy was asking way too much of his rookie QB.

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  26. ikashibimauler
    ikashibimauler 28 September, 2021, 16:11

    Its hard for me to throw the majority of the blame the team or the coach when the team has looked at least competitive with a different person playing that position. As far as I am aware that is pretty much the main difference between the bears team we saw on Sunday and the Bears team that beat the Bengals. I know it's not a popular opinion as Fields has a lot of fans out there but that is how I see it.

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  27. AR12 BEERCHUG
    AR12 BEERCHUG 28 September, 2021, 17:53

    The bears are who we thought they were.

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