Mitch Trubisky was sacked once on Sunday. Which player on the Chicago Bears should take the blame for allowing the sack?
As we start to enter the core of the season, the number of times in which Mitch Trubisky has been sacked has slowed down a bit. From going through multiple sacks per week, most games have just included one. Of course, we are waiting for the week to have to skip this post and talk about how great the line was.
With that in mind, the weekly sack report assigns blame to each sack to try to put into context where the responsibility will lie. Who took the loss in the lone Week 10 loss?
You can see that Leno is a bit late to get his hands up, as Ansah stunts inside of him. Leno is not ready for the stunt and his base gets way too narrow. Without being able to get any real push on Ansah as well, he has no real chance of standing in front of the pass rusher.
As far as Mitch Trubisky goes, he likely went through one or two progressions on the right side, both were covered. Before he had a chance to look left, he was under siege. Trubisky does not get the blame here. This one goes solely on Charles Leno.