- Apr 28, 2013
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So I like the idea of him passing the ball. I just think we need to chose that right pass plays i.e. slants, hooks etc.
We can't have those long developing routes. We can't have the OL in pass pro to long, cause they can't control the
Just fyi espn analytics had the Bears as the best pass blocking OL by far though the first two weeks, based on holding blocks for 2.5 seconds.
Our win rate metics stack the best run-blocking, run-stopping, pass-protecting and pass-rushing players and teams in the game for the 2022 season.www.espn.com
I wouldn't go that far by any means, but they aren't a terrible pass blocking team. Borom was terrible today I will give you that.
Do this go into link>>#17 go to video time stamp @2:34 DT Kenny Clark . See what he says about what they did to JF in GB
here's what an NFL OT says about time in the pocket
“If his (Burrow’s) first read isn’t immediately open its not like, ‘welp let’s pack it in’ and it's 2nd-and-10 now,” Jonah Williams said. “He’s going to make something happen and our receivers are so good that if we give them four seconds or five seconds to run they’re going to be open. He makes plays where there might not be an immediate one.”
Giving Burrow a bit more time is at the top of the priority list in the offensive line room. During practice Pollack consistently coached the bigs on being less reactionary to defenses and premeditating a defensive lineman’s moves.
Here's the article for the quote above