Reasons the Chicago Bears Should Be Excited About How Super Bowl Went By Erik Lambert - February 4, 2019
The Chicago Bears watched the Super Bowl on Sunday like everybody else. They saw a rather boring game unfold to its anticlimactic conclusion, resulting in a sixth championship for the New England Patriots. Most fans were less than impressed with the displaying, believing it to be one of the worst championship games in recent memory. Maybe ever.
That being said, any of the Bears players or coaches watching must’ve been excited about what they saw. For one it proved that they are indeed good enough to win a championship. Their hammering of the Los Angeles Rams a couple of months ago was not a fluke since the reigning champions did the same exact thing.
Aside from that, there were a few other keys from the game that proves Chicago is closer than they might think to finally getting back:
- Chicago Bears followed Patriots edict of hiring a top offensive line coach - Great defense and running the ball will never stop having a place in the NFL - Mitch Trubisky was far more effective against the Belichick defense - Tom Brady finally began to show his age
Post by justanotherbearsfan9 on Feb 5, 2019 12:46:52 GMT -5
- Chicago Bears followed Patriots edict of hiring a top offensive line coach - Great defense and running the ball will never stop having a place in the NFL
+1000 Offensive line coach Harry Hiestand is a huge asset to the Bears. His importance to the success of the team is almost equal to a coordinator. The guy is arguably the best in the NFL. If you want Trubisky to reach his ceiling here, and you want a solid running game - then it all depends upon having a solid offensive line. I just hope we can have him develop some young studs to replace guys like Kyle Long, Massie & Leno before he leaves here. What I'm talking about is the "next generation" of studs on the OL. Guys who will eventually line up next to young Whitehair & Daniels.
I'm really curious to watch what we do at RB in 2019. Who will be complementing Cohen? Howard? Or somebody else we will bring in this year?
I think the biggest reason might be Trubisky and his development this off-season. I expect Trubisky to take another very large step forward in the 2019 regular season.
You have to click on the tweet below and read the whole thread as the author has a multi-post, multi-video thing going on.
Agree 100% with the bold, but that Tweet has some crazy ass comparisons, especially the "moxy" talk one. Not even close to the same kind of situation lol They are all kind of bad examples to show his growth due to their lack of similarities imo