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, as we're the snipped pictures in my tweets.The Chicago Bears beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 to 10, and it wasn't even that close. Take a look at the team stats where the Bears had the edge in total yards, (483 to 311), total first downs (26 to 16), average yards per offensive play (8.3 to 5.2), and third down conversions (4-8 50% to 3-12 25%), although the Bucs were 2 for 2 on 4th down.The Buccaneers did have the edge in time of possession (31:54 to 28:06), and they had more penalties too (11 for 99 yards to 4 for 38 for the Bears). It was a dominant and complete performance by the Chicago Bears. They put the NFC North on notice that that are a team to take seriously.This may have been the Bears big breakout game for Mitchell Trubisky and the Matt Nagy offense, but the defense was putting in serious work again as well. And this was against the number one offense in the NFL. The Bears were favored by most people in this game, but no one saw a 38 point spread coming. The Bears will now take a week off to regroup and refresh themselves while on a bye before traveling to South Beach for an October 14th showdown with the Miami Dolphins. OFFENSEThis massacre against the Bucs will forever be known as the Trubisky break-out game. I don't remember the last time a Bears' player put up video game numbers, but I could get used to this from the second year QB. He went 19 of 26 for 354 yards, with 6 TD passes, and his passer rating was a sparkling 154.6. He added 53 yards on the ground too, just to show he's a dual threat. He had two players go over a hundred yards receiving. Tarik Cohen (7 receptions for 121 yards and 1 TD), and Taylor Gabriel (7/104/2). This was the first 100+ yard receiving day for both players. Cohen added 53 yards on the ground and another 14 on punt returns. Gabriel had a 10 yard run too.Trubisky's other TD passes went to Allen Robinson II (2 catches for 23 yards) Authentic Cody Parkey Jersey
, Trey Burton (2/86), and Josh Bellamy (1/20).Jordan Howard only had 11 rushes 25 yards, but after three straight weeks with defenses focusing on him, maybe the Bears wanted to showcase a few other weapons. His 33 offensive snaps and 54% of the offensive plays were both season lows. The Bears o-line kept Trubisky clean most of the day, he was sacked once and hit three total times. Kyle Long and Bobby Massie had one penalty apiece. Also interesting to note that rookie James Daniels received some play at left guard this week. DEFENSEAkiem Hicks was ejected for bumping an official, but before leaving the game he recorded his third sack of the season. Other Bears picking up sacks were Khalil Mack and Aaron Lynch, and Bilal Nichols and Roy Robertson-Harris split a sack. Mack added a forced fumble, tackle for loss and a pass defense to go along with 4 tackles. It was kind of a quiet day for the MVP candidate.Nichols had 2 of the Bears' 6 TFLs, and Lynch had 2 of the Bears' 7 QB hits. Lynch also had an interception and he continues to plat good football for the Bears after missing most of training camp and the preseason. Other Bears with interceptions were Danny Trevathan and Eddie Jackson. With Prince Amukamara missing, the Bears gave rookie undrafted free agent Kevin Toliver II the start at corner and he led the team in tackles with 7. He was also hit with a ticky-tack pass interference late in the game. SPECIAL TEAMSCody Parkey went 2 for 2 on field goals, and 6 for 6 on extra points. He also put 7 of his kickoffs into the endzone for touchbacks. Patrick O'Donnell punted twice for 96 yards. Benny Cunningham had a kick return for 28 yards. Sherrick McManis led the Bears with 2 special teams tackles.To see the full statistical breakdown of the game, check out the ESPN box score and game recap.Bears Rush Report 2018: Week 3 at the Cardinals For the second straight week, the Bears were the favorites. This time, the Arizona Cardinals were the underdog, and at home no less. It wasn't pretty http://www.bearsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-anthony-miller-jersey
, but the pass rush has continued to impress. The Bears, after notching 4 more sacks on Sunday, are leading the NFL with 14 total. At their current pace, the Bears would end up with either 74 or 75 sacks, which would set a new NFL record that is currently held by…the 1984 Bears. Can they possibly keep this up? Let's hope so!Let's get to the fun, shall we?Week 3 at the CardinalsSack 1 - Second quarter 1:42 (3rd & 12) - Akiem HicksAkiem Hicks might have ended up with the sack here, but this was a collective effort. The first thing to watch is Khalil Mack. He is triple-teamed on this play, uses his bull rush, and collapses the right side of the offensive line. In addition to Mack, Leonard Floyd beats his man with a swim move but ends up stumbling while off-balance. He recovers in time to help flush Sam Bradford right into the waiting arms of Hicks. It's hard to tell if this was a stunt or if Hicks just saw an opening but a job well done for cleaning this up and punching the ball out. I am going to notch this as a Team Sack.Sack 2 - Second quarter 0:45 (3rd & 8) - Khalil MackMack is just a human wrecking ball. Here he sees yet another double-team. Mack sets up right tackle D.J. Humphries outside, while right guard Mike Iupati has Eddie Goldman on the inside. After the initial setup, Mack's sheer speed to burst under Humphries, just ruins Iupati's day by slamming him into center Mason Cole, then able to still bring down Bradford is beyond what any mortal human should be able to do. This is truly an elite play! Sack 3 - Fourth quarter 11:33 (2nd & 8) - Khalil MackThis is the first sack of Mack's that hasn't been him just whipping the guy(s) across from him. Aaron Lynch does a great job of bending the edge opposite of Mack. Hicks has a nice bull rush which keeps Bradford to the left side where Roy Robertson-Harris is stalemated with a double-team. Mack disengages from the running back quickly and follows the play, he punches at the ball as he brings down Bradford to cause his 3rd strip-sack of the season. Sorry Khalil Roquan Smith Jersey
, this is going in the Team Sacks category. Sack 4 - Fourth quarter 0:05 (1st & 10) - Sherrick McManisI want to give this sack to Sherrick McManis so bad, but he isn't the first to get there, and should have been the guy that helps brings down rookie Josh Rosen. This is an as all-out of a blitz as Vic Fangio calls, sending 6 and dropping 5 in coverage. McManis actually initially misses the spot where Rosen was as he was forced to step up in the pocket from his, Floyd's, and Danny Trevathan's rush. This should have been Trevathan's sack but he misses. McManis, Bryce Callahan, and Mack stay with the play and McManis finally wrestles him down with a slight assist by Mack. Ah, screw it, I'm giving it to McManis!Pressure of the WeekFourth quarter 1:16 (4th & 5) - Roy Robertson-HarrisWho says that rushing the passer doesn't lead to interceptions? Certainly not this guy! The credit for this hurry officially goes to RRH but I think it should be halved with Lynch, who had another solid game. Lynch beats right tackle Humphries with an outside dip/rip move. RRH is on a tackle twist move where he crosses the face of the center Cole and gets in Rosen's face quickly. The combination of Lynch and RRH leads to the rushed throw and the Callahan interception to virtually seal the game. How about a HUGE shoutout to Danger Will Robinson (aka Whiskey Ranger) for the Rush Report logo!?!?Here's how I have the individual* Rush Report after week 1.Khalil Mack - 3Team Sacks - 3Akiem Hicks - 1Roy Robertson-Harris - 1Roquan Smith - 1Eddie Goldman - 1Danny Trevathan - 1Sherrick McManis - 1SINO - 1Aaron Lynch - 0.5Bryce Callahan - 0.5*These numbers do not reflect a players official statistics.