0 Comments

The Cameron Worrell Show!

| October 3rd, 2012

I am really enjoying these. Hopefully you folks are as well.

On this week’s show Cam discusses: how Dez Bryant got open down the field Monday night, the mechanics of playing the quarterback as a safety in the Lovie defense, the “learning curve” for a young player in this particular system, Henry Melton playing three-technique better than any player has under Lovie (including Tommie Harris), why Maurice Jones-Drew’s Tweet will have little impact on the ballgame and why Jacksonville won’t put the game on their young quarterback Sunday.

The best part of the discussion? Worrell had two sacks in his career, including one of Brett Favre in the infamous final game of the 2006 season. We have fun with it.

© Da' Bears Blog