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Week 16: Browns at Bears Game Preview

| December 21st, 2017


Why Do I Like the Chicago Bears This Week?

Because I always like the Chicago Bears. But really? Browns. Bears. Christmas Eve. Why would I go to this game? I bought this ticket the day tickets went on sale to the general public. What did I think this was going to be?


Ode to Devin Hester

I saw a man fly once.

Without ever leaving the ground, without lifting into the sky,

He flew.

Sometimes I think it was a dream because

a. man. can’t. fly.

But he flew.

And I saw him.


6 Football Thoughts on This Game

  • Saturday night against Detroit seems to be the first time the national football media actually watched Mitch Trubisky play and they have, of course, formed fully-developed conclusions based on four quarters. Those conclusions are not only silly but ill-informed. Re-watching the Lions tape it was impossible not to come away impressed with Trubisky. Hell, even John Fox thought it was his best performance. (Although who know what that means.) But the turnovers can’t become an epidemic and I’d look for that to be Focus Point No. 1 this week. (Also, if you look at Tru’s splits you’ll notice 7 of his 8 picks have come on the road.)
  • I’ve watched at least three games of every Bears opponent prior to writing the game preview. I must admit, I caught the second half of Browns/Packers and have seen very little else of them over the last few months. Oddly, that was probably DeShone Kizer’s best game of the season, even though it featured arguably the worst throw in the NFL all year. My feeling on Kizer is there’s plenty of talent there for a productive NFL quarterback but who knows when he’ll even get the opportunity again.

  • Weird Cleveland stats. Only the Giants, Niners, Colts and Bengals are run on more but the Browns allow roughly 20 yards less on the ground per game. (They’re 7th in the league total.) So that would lead one to believe that the Browns are constantly behind and opponents struggle to put them away on the ground. If John Fox wants to win another game as head coach of the Bears – and Sunday is really his last chance – he will struggle to do so on the ground.
  • Myles Garrett has had an injury-filled, underwhelming rookie season. Mitch Trubisky is progressing nicely on a losing, uninteresting team. Is this the least ballyhooed meeting of the first two picks in the draft in NFL history?
  • When you look at the Cleveland stats, they’re not terrible on either side of the ball. But then you look closer and see one stat that explains why they never win: -25 turnover differential. That’s an historic number.
  • Quoting Dowell Loggains during his Wednesday media meet, re: Cleveland: “They blitz as much as anybody in the NFL.” This will be an interesting week to see how far Tubisky has progressed in that regard.

Tweet of the Week

This entire thread from Kyle Long, detailing his injuries over the last few seasons, was incredible. A healthy Long in 2018 will go a long way towards a resurgent Bears.


Game Prediction

I think the most exciting part of my experience at Soldier Field Sunday will be watching Mitch Trubisky in pre-game workouts. Then I think the Bears and Browns will struggle to hit the over (38).

Chicago Bears 24

Cleveland Browns 13

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  • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

    I got curious the record for worst turnover differential is -30 by the 1965 Pittsburgh Steelers. The best differential was +43 by the 1983 Redskins. at least from that one web i found that quoted it.

    • SC Dave

      +43… holy shit

      • willbest

        They had a +7 game against the chargers +5 game against the Falcons and a +5 game against the Raiders. The Raiders incidentally would go on to beat the Skins in the SB that year 38-9 winning the TO battle.

      • DaBearsBlog

        -30 in 1965 is insane. They barely threw the football then!

        • SC Dave

          They still managed 35 interceptions (TEAM rate of 9.9%) to go along with 42(!) fumbles.

          Unreal. Go look at some of this stuff – amazing ineptitude.

          https://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/pit/1965.htm

          Ed Brown managed 2 fumbles and 5 interceptions in 19 plays (18 passes, 1 run; ~37% of his plays)

          Tommy Wade managed 6 fumbles and 13 interceptions in 74 plays (66 passes, 8 runs; ~26% of his plays).

          That team had 27 takeaways, meaning 57 turnovers. It could have been way worse, as they recovered 20 of their 42 fumbles.

          • Bender McLugh

            Make Football Great Again

        • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

          That was also when they only played 14 games.

        • AlbertInTucson

          Those were some BAD Steeler teams back when that franchise had yet to play in a post season game in its entire history.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Those ‘Skins are my first memory of dominance in football.

  • Bobby Douglass

    Nice poem today.

  • BearDown100393

    I’m tired already of the 3 interception constant drone about Trubisky’s last performance.

    Seriously so what?

    For the most part of this rookie campaign, he has protected the football.

    I expect the Bears to defeat Cleveland.

    • BerwynBomber

      Who is droning on about Bisky’s 3 INTs? I have literally heard no one belabor them. If anything, it has been near universal praise on how well he looked tossing the ball 40+ times.

      • CanadaBear

        All the guys that wanted someone else with that pick seem to mention it. I have no issue with people bitching about it. Just don’t think it’s a big deal in the grand scheme of things. At least for me, after the Brett Hundley game, wins and losses aren’t a big deal. Just keep developing MT.

        • BearDown100393

          I bitched about the pick. And I still don’t know if it was the right call or not.

          However Mitch is here. And he deserves the chance to prove himself to developing into a starting quarterback.

          • CanadaBear

            I was a little surprised how many people were shocked the Bears took a QB. All the signs were there. I understood why people wanted Watson over MT (I did too) but being blindsided by the QB pick seemed odd to me.

          • BearDown100393

            Remain unconvinced that it was necessary to trade up for Trubisky. Time will tell and hopefully prove my cynicism wrong.

          • CanadaBear

            We’ll never know.

          • John F

            We know right now, Peter King wrote an article that Pace got suckered by the 49ers ….

          • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

            various other “reporters” have written that he wasn’t. So every side has reports to back up their narratives.

          • CanadaBear

            Peter King! To quote Eric Idle, “Say no more!”

          • AlbertInTucson

            “Dilly! Dilly!”

          • Irish Sweetness

            Clearly we didn’t need to. SF didn’t take a QB at 3. And if they thought somehow Beathard was better than DeShaun Watson then somebody needs to drink bleach.

          • Bender McLugh

            I dunno, all the talk about how great the D prospects were and about how dismal the QB prospects were, all the shadow play and subterfuge, it was really tough to know. I know Data was certain they would take a QB and I’m sure a few blogettes here but I forget who…. I was definitely surprised about the trade up but not shocked beyond belief Pace took his QB. Roooll with it bay-bay, you & me you gotta rooolll with it bay-ay-bay!

          • CanadaBear

            I was sure they would take a QB (I ignored all the posters going nuts over the top D guys). Just didn’t know who. When they moved up to #2, only a QB made sense.

          • Bender McLugh

            here at Da Bears Blog, we embrace dichotomy.

          • KentuckyBearsFan

            F. Scott Fitzgerald: “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.”

            ahhh! …intelligence and functioning are overrated.

        • Irish Sweetness

          I’m not holding INTs against a kid in his first season. WTF moments from Cutty in his ninth were just hard to take.

          What’s weird is that he was super-accurate in PS, then had some ropey moments later with some games under his belt. Anyway, draft Barkley, an OT, and he’ll look like Tom Brady next year.

          Cam, Kendall, Dontrelle, Bellamy, Shaheen … even without additions we could play with them.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Aaron Vadgers threw three. A lot of people threw three.

    • John F

      He gives up more INT’s, fumbles and sacks the more he passes. That’s a problem.

      • Irish Sweetness

        EVERY quarterback gives up more INTs, fumbles and sacks the more he passes.

  • fishing florida

    MAYBE THERE IS SOME HOPE FOR THE BEARS. the aikman efficiency ratings may show so. The Aikman Ratings measure seven different categories of performance on both Offense and Defense. Devised by Troy Aikman in 2005 and compiled by STATS LLC, they provide a better measure of the qualities that win football games than simply total yards gained, the method used by the NFL to rank offenses and defenses. Originally designed where a score of 75 would be the average on both Offense and Defense, the swing towards Offense since has made a score above 80 the mean on that side of the ball while 70 has been an average Defense in recent years.

    The seven categories are Offensive Points (20%), Red-Zone Efficiency as measured by Points Per Red-Zone Possession (20%), Turnovers (20%), Yards per Rush (10%), Yards per Pass (10%), Third-Down Percentage (10%) and First Downs (10%).
    The Aikman Ratings measure seven different categories of performance on both Offense and Defense. Devised by Troy Aikman in 2005 and compiled by STATS LLC, they provide a better measure of the qualities that win football games than simply total yards gained, the method used by the NFL to rank offenses and defenses. Originally designed where a score of 75 would be the average on both Offense and Defense, the swing towards Offense since has made a score above 80 the mean on that side of the ball while 70 has been an average Defense in recent years.
    these ratings, to me, make more more sense than the NFL method of rating which is simply yards allowed on defense and yards gained on offense. not very insightful.
    The seven categories are Offensive Points (20%), Red-Zone Efficiency as measured by Points Per Red-Zone Possession (20%), Turnovers (20%), Yards per Rush (10%), Yards per Pass (10%), Third-Down Percentage (10%) and First Downs (10%). i haven’t found the defensive catagories yet.
    these ratings make much more sense to me than the NFL front office method of yards allowed on defense and yards gained on offense. their ratings are easy, but not very insightful. ”We would note for fans of teams near the bottom of the current Aikman Ratings that things can change quickly in the NFL.

    The Jaguars, now in 1st, were 26th in the final 2016 Aikman Ratings.

    The Rams, now 6th, were 32nd and last in the final 2016 Aikman Ratings.

    The Vikings, now 3rd, were 23rd in the final 2016 Aikman Ratings. ”———- aikman efficiency ratings. the ratings for the bears are currently 6th on defense and 24th on offense and 17th in total. they do not rate the special teams. what’s currently missing for the bears? perhaps what the jaguars, rams, and vikings acquired in making the improvements noted above – the right coaches and acquisition of playmakers. i see the bears quite lacking in both. not going to discuss ownership (it won’t change) and the GM much here. so, there is a lot to do. fangio is likely leaving according to reports. but, with a new coach, playmakers on the edge and secondary, and some time to adjust to new schemes perhaps the defense can become dominant in 1-2 years. so much work to do on offense, coaches and playmakers. and, will kyle long ever be able to be the player he once was? pace has drafted fairly well, but quite done quite poorly in free agency, which cannot continue. my right coach – dave toub and a hell of an offensive coordinator.

  • willbest

    “I’ve watched at least three games of every Bears opponent prior to writing the game preview.” – Jeff

    An odd use of a time machine for weeks one, two, and three but I suppose there could have been worse uses.

    • willbest

      “If John Fox wants to win another game as head coach of the Bears – and
      Sunday is really his last chance – he will struggle to do so on the
      ground.”

      Why would John Fox really care if he wins another game? He is never going to get another HC job, and I doubt he wants to go slum it as a DC or do the whole college thing. There is literally no incentive for him to do anything which is why he shouldn’t even be coaching right now.

      • DaBearsBlog

        Because he’s a professional and he always wants to win.

        • BearDown100393

          Punting on that 4th down is clearly driven by the will to win.

          • DaBearsBlog

            He’s done that every single season of his career. And he’s been to two Super Bowls.

          • BearDown100393

            Yes indeed.

            John Fox has done just enough to lose at the highest level.

            He coaches not to lose. He does not coach to win.

          • Bear Instincts

            This right here

          • CanadaBear

            Not sure why you’re defending Weekend @ Bernie’s. Nothing against the guy but he’s been retired in place all 3 years with the Beloved. Good guy, players love him and a strong football background. All that adds up to a hideous record with the Bears.

          • BearDown100393

            The worst coaching record in franchise history.

          • Bear Instincts

            Punting on 4th down every single season is an indictment in and of itself. Has he not learned anything over the seasons?

          • BearDown100393

            He has learned nothing.

            It takes zero skill as a head coach to run, run, pass, punt as an offense.

          • Irish Sweetness

            In fact, it takes incredible balls to announce your gameplan to the league, for every game.

            Admission: He’s not doing it anymore, but he did it for weeks, ensuring we could never win a game because the defense knew what was coming.

          • Bender McLugh

            Agreed. just because he has failed (alot with da bears) or he is bad at the task (with da bears) doesn’t mean he’s not professional. Trestman & Kromer were not professional. There is a definite difference.

          • Irish Sweetness

            The only difference is now, he looks homeless.

        • Bear Instincts

          Just because he’s a professional by name does not mean his actions are that of a professional.

        • willbest

          I know its not really fair to quote you from 25 days ago but…

          “Bears Must Move on from John Fox. Today”

          “We’ve been talking about the lack of
          preparedness and penalties and awful
          mismanagement every day over the
          three years he’s run the show in Chicago.”

          “squandering that opportunity on a weekly basis”

          Hm… doesn’t sound very professional.

          ” If Fox isn’t removed before the Bears face the 49ers Sunday, it’s an insult to everyone following this team.”

          http://dabearsblog.com/2017/foxpostphilly#more-17369

          • Bear Instincts

            Well played Sir. Well played.

          • BearDown100393

            Jeff’s dipped hard into the eggnog this morning.

        • AlbertInTucson

          Foremost among other moments this season, Fox certainly did not act like he wanted to win at the end of the San Fran game when he tsstood comatose on the sideline instead of letting Hyde score on first and goal and at least giving Trubisky a chance to bring the Bears back.

  • BearDown100393

    “Two things Bears should be looking for in next coach: personality and
    energy. Their last two head coaches were dead weight. They weighed the
    media room down. Need somebody with fire.”

    How about Pace just hire a head coach that knows what the hell he is doing and wins football games?

    • Bear Instincts

      Harbaugh

    • TomC

      Indeed. For once I want to feel like we have an advantage because our coaches are smarter than the coaches on the other side. Has not happened in my lifetime (and I am not a young man).

      • SC Dave

        Except for Toub, of course.

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  • CanadaBear

    Good article about the Bears/injuries. Bears have 10 starters on IR. The Rams have one!

    https://chicago.suntimes.com/sports/pernell-mcphee-kyle-long-injuries-leave-bears-still-seeking-solution/

    • beninnorcal

      To me, this has had a greater impact than anything else over the last 3 seasons. It’s really crazy.
      This is why I think the Bears could take a serious jump should they have less injuries next year.

      • CanadaBear

        Totally agree. The big question is about Foxy’s S&C/medical staff. Are the players injury-prone and need to be launched, just plain bad luck, Pace signing too many players with injury histories or Foxy’s shitty staff? Let’s hope it’s bad luck and Foxy’s staff.

        • SC Dave

          Yup… I’m on the record here for a couple years now questioning those people.

    • SC Dave

      Wow… the 12 playoffs teams have 27 players TOTAL on IR.

      Didn’t we have 18 last year?

      • Irish Sweetness

        To me that says something about your strength and conditioning staff. Has to. I don’t think they know shit. Walter never had MCLs and ACLs, he was always in tip top shape because of they way he worked out. He looked out for himself.

        How many of our guys do yoga, or look after their core strength, or their hip flexors?

        • SC Dave

          Forte did a lot of shit, but he’s been gone for a bit now.

          Payton was a freak to begin with, and trained like a demon. But he also ate pain killers like candy (most like narcotics). Who knows what other shit he may have been on to stay on the field. Maybe nothing. Maybe ten times what got Jarrel Freeman banned this season.

          But yes, that whole high-stepping thing when people were trying to tackle him from behind was specifically done based on his observations of how to NOT get you knees fucked up that way.

          All that aside, I was probably the earliest and most consistent proponent on this blog of the idea that the Bears S&C and medical staff were second rate. And the evidence continues to mount that such is the case.

    • John F

      Why do you think the Bears went to the SB in 2006 and then never sniffed it ever again under Lovie (the 2010 NFC Champ appeared closer than it really was)?

      Hardly any injuries………..

      • CanadaBear

        Tommie Harris and Mike Brown were killer injuries.

  • CanadaBear
    • SC Dave

      Wow… Biggs does not think freeman is a good player.

      I no longer think Brad Biggs has a good football mind.

      • CanadaBear

        I took that to mean when you include the 14 games he was suspended.

  • willbest
    • BearDown100393

      Build a seawall.

  • CanadaBear

    Cle blitzes as much as any team in the league. I’m sure they will be run blitzing all day. If Loggains hasn’t figured out a strategy to defeat the run blitz (and I doubt he will. He hasn’t all season) it will be up to MT to bring home a winner. Hopefully he doesn’t get too beat up from all the blitzing. The Beloved have never won a game they were favored during the Foxy regime. I think they keep the record in tact and Cle gets a W. Hope I’m wrong.

    • willbest

      Me too, my brother in law is a Browns fan. I don’t need that this holiday season.

    • John F

      You are not wrong, Bears get throttled this Sunday ………

    • Irish Sweetness

      I’m seriously considering backing them at about 7/2 … or they have a 6.5 point head start. That’s insane considering we won’t be able to run the ball at them.

      Of course I won’t back against the Bears, but we should, really.

  • fishing florida

    I wish we still had Jay Cutler at QB.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Jay and Biscuit was the way to go. Pace thought it better to have Glennon at 6M EXTRA …. go figure.

    • SC Dave

      I don’t

  • BerwynBomber

    If we don’t win this fucking game … SMDH …

    Oh, and Kizer is a TO machine. Would be nice to see the D come up with a couple/few picks.

  • BearDown100393

    “Toub is a Chicago folk hero because their specials were incredible during his tenure. He also had Hester and Gould.”

    JFC that is so overly simplistic, negative and just plain wrong.

  • BearDown100393

    “TNF is not a bad idea. The execution is awful. Because what isn’t executed poorly in this league under @nflcommish?”

    Overexposure is a real thing. This was something not wanted by fans. And players generally hate it. Short weeks may increase fatigue and injury risk and reduce football quality.

    TNF should be trashed.

    • willbest

      It makes too much money for them to give it up.

      • BearDown100393

        Agreed.

        Until a player dies on the field.

    • BerwynBomber

      Much ado. The league for decades has had Thanksgiving day games. From what I heard, players are split on TNF. Some hate the short week. Some love the mini-bye they result in.

      I’d much rather see the London games eliminated. Those things are patently unfair given that one of the teams is asked to give up a home game.

      We would scream bloody murder if that happened to us.

  • Sactowns#1

    Ok fellas- non football question. What’s the best gift you’ve ever received? What’s the best gift you’ve ever given?

    • BearDown100393

      Every man wants the same gift

      • willbest

        An orgy with their top 5 list?

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      received: Blow Job.
      given: tickets to some theater show.

      coincidentally the BJ was the first of a series of escalating gifts in response to the tickets.

    • beninnorcal

      A game boy for christmas in 1988.

      • Sactowns#1

        Hu… I imagined you as being older. Man Gameboy was THE thing back in the day. Did you get all the funky accessories with it? Strap on light etc?

    • Irish Sweetness

      Received:
      1. Big one. Atari 600XL. 8 years old. I opened the joystick box first.
      2. Small one. Friend of dad’s turns up for dinner one night with the whole box of Star Wars chewing gum trading cards. The whole box, still in shrink wrap. He got a Christmas card off me …. this year.

      Given: A B/W painting of Dick Mack’s Pub in Dingle w/ cowboy at the bar, his scarf is luminous orange. Bought it after winning a bundle on a horse called Pipalong, gave it top my sister for her Wedding present.

      You, Sac?

    • Dis Guy Trublinsky

      Well that bottle of Scotch went over quite well. I dropped it off, and we ended up talking business for a couple of hours over a good bit of said bottle.

      If I had to guess today, I’d say that bottle closed the deal on a very nice project and half of next year’s income.

      Yay Scotch.

      • Sactowns#1

        Glad to hear it!

    • CanadaBear

      I gave my wife at the time passage on the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise years ago. She met her new husband on that cruise. I think that might have been the best gift I ever gave and received at the same time!

      • AlbertInTucson

        LMAO.

  • SC Dave

    “Moving Whitehair around is just nutty. He’s the center. Leave him at center”

    Amen Jeff. Been on that bandwagon ever since Cody started kicking ass at center.

    Same thing with Kyle and right guard. It is simply goofy to move near All-Pro talent to another position.

    • BearDown100393

      Agree

    • Irish Sweetness

      But WH was a tackle, that we drafted to play guard … so without switching positions he never would have gotten in there.

  • Dis Guy Trublinsky
    • SC Dave

      Kuechly had 103 tackles and a sack, but Eddie had two TD returns.

      • Dis Guy Trublinsky

        Yeah. I didn’t really see it so much as a comparison to Kuechly being entirely different positions and draft status/expectations. Moreso an objective look at how well Jackson is really doing. Kid was a steal.

        • SC Dave

          Absolutely. But since he:
          1) was 4th round
          2) plays for a shit team

          the odds of Defensive Rookie of the Year are nil. Unless he gets like 4 more defensive TDs the next two weeks.

  • SC Dave

    The plantation of NCAA football clearly has too much money when Texas A&M can pay Jimbo Fisher $75M to flee Florida State and coach the Aggies for 10 years.

    The aggregate pay of all the young bodies destroyed playing for him?

    $0

    • BearDown100393

      Don’t play.

      • Dis Guy Trublinsky

        100%

    • Dis Guy Trublinsky

      I don’t know the particulars of his pay, but many times, those deals are completely funded by donors.

  • BearDown100393

    John Schnatter quits as CEO

    • willbest

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  • willbest

    “fan appreciation day” – Jeff

    I presume that they think there will be 20k+ no shows and want to move all the merchandise/food on the last home game before they toss it

    • BearDown100393

      F.A.D. by the McCaskeys

      McCaskeys Sell Bears.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Cleveland are the BEST rush defense in the league on AVG (tied with DEN). Everyone goes ahead in the games, tries to run it out, but can’t. 3.3 YPC. Numero Uno. So don’t start Howard in the playoffs.

    • SC Dave

      Hmmm… seems like a perfect day for Howard to rush for 300.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Happy Booby Friday!

  • That Guy

    Here’s a radical idea to make Thursday Night Football work better.

    18 week schedule. Every team gets 2 bye weeks. Every team that plays on Thursday gets one of its byes the Sunday before the TNF game.

    Big problem with the 18 week schedule, other than fewer games each weekend (which isn’t that big a deal), is that the season either starts a week earlier (with more hot-weather games) or goes a week later (with more freezing games).

    Mr. Goodell, I’ll take my $1 million fee for solving this problem in free beer at games.

  • AlbertInTucson

    As far as Kizer’s “…worst throw in the NFL all year”, I submit that Ben Rothlisberger’s panic throw into traffic to end the game against the Patriots was worse.

    Kizer IS a rookie.

    BIG Ben just behaved like one.

    • Russian Hacked Pacebot 3.0

      not true Al, the play by the defender was amazing.

      • AlbertInTucson

        Stupid throw a rookie would make into traffic.

  • Russian Hacked Pacebot 3.0

    https://www.yahoo.com/sports/report-longtime-sportscaster-dick-enberg-died-heart-attack-san-diego-054953281.html
    Dick Enberg dead at 82. I grew up with his voice. All the good guys are on the way out. We’ll be left with Joe Buck and Justin Bieber at some point and one of them will probably be a congressman.

    • CanadaBear

      Unless Justin becomes a US citizen I think you’re safe on that front. Can’t help ya with Joe Buck.

  • Irish Sweetness

    So I typed my birthday into a site and it threw up a results page of ‘famous’ people who share my birthday.
    I recognised Jerry Lewis. The rest were all Instagram and ‘Youtube Stars’. One dude was 15. That’s not even a dude, it’s a boy who isn’t allowed to operate heavy machinery or smoke cigarettes.

    Fame.

    • CanadaBear

      I share my B-Day with a famous bike racer (my fave). Also, one of my best friends and I share the same B-Day. That’s about it. Not exactly a Murderer’s Row of famous people!

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    NFL Radio’s Pat Kirwan likes Pat Schurmer to succeed Fox.

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