How did the Chicago Bears cornerbacks fare against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Chicago Bears cornerback report continues into Week Four. This week, Prince Amukamara sat and we got to see the first start from Kevin Toliver. You could see that a young undrafted rookie was in the game based n the disparity in targets from Fuller to Toliver. Toliver saw seven targets, Fuller just four.
Bryce Callahan has given up an effective completion percentage in the slot, but has been the best of the group in yards per target. Here are the stats.
Kyle Fuller 2-4, 10 yards
Season to date: 11-21, 143, Three Touchdowns, 6.8 yards per target
Prince Amukamara Season to date: 8-18, 126 One Touchdown, One interception, 7.0 yards per target
Bryce Callahan 6-7, 56 yards
Season to date: 14-18, 121 yards, One Interception, 6.7 yards per target
Sherick McManis 2-3, 23 yards, TD, 7.6 yards per target
Season to date: 3-5, 30 yards, One TD One Interception
Season to date: 9-12, 125 yards, 10.4 yards per target
Eddie Jackson had the impact interception, but the Buccaneers typically avoided the safeties. This likely had to do with the pass rush and the Bears prevent defense forcing a quick dump offs.
Eddie Jackson 1-2 3 yards, One Interception
Season to date: 4-6, 99 yards, One Touchdown, One Interception, 16.5 yards per target
Adrian Amos 1-1, 11 yards
Season to date: 6-7, 71 yards, 10.1 yards per target
Danny Trevathan got caught in zone for a big pass over the middle. However, from there, the linebackers held up well, as Aaron Lynch got involved with an interception.
Roquan Smith 2-3, 8 yards
Season to date: 10-13, 54 yards, One Touchdown, 4.2 yards per target
Danny Trevathan 2-4, 58 yards
Season to Date: 10-13, 153 yard, One Touchdown, One Interception 11.8 yards per target
Season to date: 3-5 32 yards, 6.4 yards per target