Andy Benoit shares his takes…

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  • #1025792
    AlecEiffel
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    The first two tweets in this thread will make a few heads explode

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    #1025793
    CalicoJack55
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    The spread empty thing did catch my attention.

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    #1025807
    acacius
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    Good read, thanks for posting!

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    #1025811
    Biggs3535
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    Benoit’s analysis is usually pretty good.

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    #1025817
    CalicoJack55
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    Here’s another interesting tidbit…

    Looks “right” to me.

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    #1025821
    Iowabucfan
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    Thanks fort he post.

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    Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. 2 Corinthians 3:17

    #1025822
    CalicoJack55
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    For those of you who are putting mayo on your grocery list, this is “spread empty”:

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    #1025825
    warrenfb12
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    Ya hopefully you are right AJ.

    That said, Keenum beasts on us every time. I saw Glennon carving this defense up early.

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    #1025828
    DonkeyHunter
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    Glennon was not “carving us up”. Stop with that nonsense. He was dinking and dunking his way all over the field. He padded his stats in garbage time. Nothing new.

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    #1025829
    Biggs3535
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    warrenfb12
    Sep 21, 17 at 11:32 am #1025825
    I saw Glennon carving this defense up early.

    You mean in between interceptions and fumbles? What did Glennon have, about 120 passing yards in the first half?

    I don’t think anyone else saw what you saw.

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    #1025830
    BucNCane
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    Agreed @donkeyhunter

    Like 3 quick slants in a row created the impression that he was carving something.

    Look at the damn possessions. They had 8 plays for 22 yards that ended in a fumble at one point.

    They didn’t score until 2 mins left.

    Just shows you that first impressions are everything

    The Bears possession chart:

    11 plays 53 yards – int. That’s less than 5 yards per play.

    8 plays 22 yards – fumble. That’s less than 3 yards per play.

    6 plays 15 yards – pick 6. Less than 3 yards per play.

    6 plays 21 yards – punt. Less than 4 yards per play

    3 plays 7 yards – punt. 3 and out

    3 plays 6 yards – punt. 3 and out

    Now they’re down 29-0 in the 4th quarter.

    What was carved other than a huge deficit?

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    #1025831
    lanshire12
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    We over committed our lbs to demonstrate the desire to stop the run and force pressure. Once Mike Smith figured he’d instilled a false sense of understanding the scheme format to Glennon, he dropped the lbs and Keon was there to make the pick. Glennon got played.

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    #1025836
    DonkeyHunter
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    I know the dipshits, like @calicojack55, are still fawning over the greatness of Glennon and how awesome his completion percentage is.

    When it comes to the average air yards a QB throws on all attempts, Glennon is ranked 30th our of 34 qualifying quarterbacks with 6.8 yards per attempt. Just for reference, Winston is 2nd in the league, averaging 12.7 yards per attempt.

    Again, Glennon isn’t carving anyone up. He’s good at dinking and dunking, checking down, and handing off the ball.

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    #1025837
    Anonymous
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    I don’t think Glennon carved us up, but he also took what the defense gave him. I saw VH3 get beat pretty consistently on those short routes. Pretty sure it was all part of the game plan, but Glennon was effective during the first drive until the pick.

    Let’s try to remain objective. They moved 50 yards on us pretty easily… the pick took all the momentum away and then the defense had Glennon on his heals until the game was out of reach.

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    #1025838
    CalicoJack55
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    The Bears took advantage of the blitz…

    …and only a coward would deny it…

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