How did the Chicago Bears cornerbacks look in their week 10 matchup with the Detroit Lions
Like every week, we will go through each quarterback attempt against the Bears and put into context who he was targeting and how that player responded.
Kyle fuller allowed three receptions for 49 yards and a touchdown. The touchdown was to Kenny Golladay. Golladay got Fuller to hesitate, thinking he was cutting inside. However, Golladay then faded into the corner of the end zone for a wide open score. He also lose one battle with Marvin Jones, but overall had a great day.
Kyle Fuller: 3-6, 49 yards One Touchdown
Season to date: 29-58, 456, Five Touchdowns, Four Interceptions 7.9 yards per target
In recent weeks teams have targeted Fuller and Amukamara has been spared targets. After Fuller was elite against the Bills, the Lions decided to give Amukamara a try instead. It had relative success, as Amukamara did give up six receptions. However, he did a good job of limiting the yards per target, and came down with an interception when tested deep.
Prince Amukamara: 6-11, 63 yards, One Interception
Season to date: 23-42, 312 One Touchdown, Two interception, 7.4 yards per target
Callahan had another strong day in coverage. He continues to lead the three in yards per target allowed. Even the long reception he gave up was in zone and was questionable to be considered his.
Bryce Callahan: 4-7, 31 yards, One interception
Season to date: 29-41 287 yards, three Interceptions, 7 yards per target
Sherrick McManis saw some time and gave up two late receptions in garbage time. Those are not a big deal.
More from Bear Goggles On
- Franchise tag and transition tag windows open for Chicago Bears and NFL
- How the Chicago Bears can control the running back market in 2023
- The Chicago Bears can own the city of Chicago moving forward
- Chicago Bears NFL Combine Preview: Quarterback
- 7 best free agent tackle options for Chicago Bears
Sherrick McManis: 2-3, 7 yards
Season to date: 7-10, 54 yards, One TD One Interception 5.4 yard per target
Kevin Toliver Season to date: 10-15, 137 yards, 9.1 yards per target
Eddie Jackson was excellent in this game. He gave up one reception where he kept the ball in front of him and gave up no yards after the catch. The other reception allowed was at the line of scrimmage and saw him close immediately to make the play.
Eddie Jackson: 2-5, 32 yards
Season to date: 12-25, 159 yards, Two Touchdown, One Interception, 6.4 yards per target
Adrian Amos: 1-1 14 yards
Season to date: 15-24 143 yards, One Interception 6yards per target
Deon Bush Season to date 1-1, 6 yards
DeAndre Houston Carson Season to date: 0-1
Roquan Smith may have had his best day in coverage. He showed elite closing speed and strong burst to shut everything down and allow little after the catch.