Chicago Bears: Play fast, score touchdowns and get hyped

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Chicago Bears, Mitchell Trubisky
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Running cans till score touchdowns.

Lastly, the Chicago Bears starting quarterback is Mitch Trubisky. Think what you want about Trubisky, but that kid is athletic and has a cannon for an arm. It sounds like Jay Cutler, but I would say take away from arm strength and add some speed and boom, insta-Mitch.

Trubisky scored 27 touchdowns in 2018 in 14 games. Many people will bring up, well he missed this throw and that throw, and he almost tossed an int here and here. Ok, that’s fair, but how about the dropped touchdowns or big passes that were dropped.

Plays like where Cohen ran out of bounds instead of getting the first down and touchdown on some plays. I will call it a draw. Mitch Trubisky needs to learn that when he becomes a true pocket passer (doesn’t have to be a great one), it will open up his own ability to use his legs more in chunks create explosive plays and touchdowns. Ryan Nall, if he plays, is a big running back target like Cordarrelle Patterson.

Patterson is impressive and explosive, right? At the NFL combine, he ran a 4.42-second 40-yard dash at 216 pounds. Patterson is now listed at 238 pounds of man. Well, Ryan Nall, who is about an inch taller and listed (at the NFL combine weight of) 239 pounds, ran a 4.58.

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According to next-gen stats, Derrick Henry ran 20.93 mph on a 75-yard touchdown catch and run. Patterson ran 22.23 mph against Denver last season. We have yet to see Nall in some game action. But with a similar 40-yard dash as Derrick Henry, and watching film of him outrun everybody in college, Nall is capable of hitting that 20 mph mark.