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The Chicago Bears’ pass protection last Sunday https://www.thebearsfanshop.com/James-Daniels-Jersey , against a damn good Minnesota Vikings pass rush, was solid all afternoon. Backup quarterback Chase Daniel was only sacked one time, and the Vikings only had 4 quarterback hits on the afternoon. For the most part, Daniel had a clean pocket to work with and that helped him complete 73% of his passes. The pass protection will need to keep it up with Daniel starting the next couple games, because he’s not as elusive as Mitchell Trubisky. While Daniel was getting rid of the ball quickly on Sunday, in the two games he started last year his sack percentage was 10.6, which was more than double the 5.2 sack percentage from Trubisky in 2018.Here’s how the Sackwatch has looked through the years. 2010 - 18 Martz2011 - 15 Martz2012 - 13 Tice2013 - 6 Trestman2014 - 8 Trestman2015 - 9 Gase2016 - 11 Loggians2017 - 8 Loggains2018 - 10 Nagy2019 - 9 Nagy The Bears are slightly under last years pace, and if they want to keep it that way they’ll need to do a better job than last year — and I’m talking a total team effort — in protecting the Daniel these next few games. Sack 9 - Third Quarter 14:12 - Shamar StephenThis one is as easy to diagnose when looking at the All-22 film as it was when I watched the game live. Right guard Ted Larsen just stops moving his feet and he’s caught lunging at Viking defensive tackle Shamar Stephon. Stephon didn’t do anything out of the ordinary, he just got his hands inside Larsen and kept working around him. Larsen started off fine, but when he tried to readjust his hands he forgot to move his feet. Right tackle Bobby Massie was badly beat on this play too Aaron Lynch Jersey , but Larsen got beat quicker, so this one is on him. 2019 Individual Sackwatch after week 4:Mitchell Trubisky - 3Kyle Long - 2Charles Leno Jr. - 1Cody Whitehair - 1Ted Larsen - 1Sacks Happen - 1 The good news is that the team is already in a solid place. The bad news is that barring a trade, Ryan Pace will not draft until the third round, and the Bears have a number of big contracts coming up. This means that options for the Bears to improve are suddenly limited. To that end, Windy City Gridiron has been discussing what the top priorities for the Bears should be between this season and next. For first part addressed lesser priorities.Now it’s time for what the contributors and the community identified as the real problem areas. Before going on, however, it’s necessary to quote Lester Wiltfong to get some perspective: “In my opinion the top 3 priorities for the Bears aren’t very critical to the team’s success. This is a young team that is still ascending, and as long as they continue to draft and develop well, they’ll be able to overcome any free agent losses.”With that context out of the way, here are the top two priorities for the Bears to be able to sustain their success. #2: Defensive BackThis was an unpopular choice among the community Kevin White Color Rush Jersey , with cornerbacks and safeties together garnering only 5% of the vote. Part of that probably has to do with the quality of the secondary as it exists. The problem, of course, is that it might not exist on that level for long. This might be why it was one of the top concerns among the contributors.Concerns over Adrian Amos and Bryce Callahan both being free agents next season jumped this position group into second place as a priority. Here is what we had to say about the position.Lester said this about what he called the top priority for the team in the offseason: Callahan is undoubtedly one of Ryan Pace’s best finds, and the fact that he was brought in as an undrafted free agent makes his addition to the team all the more enjoyable (and finding him all the more impressive). Many agreed with Lester, and Erik offered the following analysis: This lead him to assign the defensive back position the second-highest priority overall.Meanwhile, WhiskeyRanger disagreed, but not when it came to priorities. Instead, while he felt that cornerback was the second-highest need, he offered this bit of wisdom:Andrew Link, on the other hand https://www.thebearsfanshop.com/Riley-Ridley-Jersey , thought that the secondary was the single most important area of emphasis. I like the secondary the Bears have put together, and simply keeping it together should give them a solid foundation for the future.#1: Offensive Line60% of those polled felt that either tackle or guard was the spot that most needed attention in the offseason. Most of the contributors felt that one of these two positions (or some other area of the line) was one of the top two priorities for the team. In other words, there is general agreement that the O-line needs work soon.The man who writes Sackwatch offered the following thoughts: Like Lester, Andrew Link thought that the O-line was the second-highest priority, although he chose to focus on the right side: WhiskeyRanger was even more worried about the line, calling it the top priority: It is probably not surprising that our resident optimist, ECD, thought that the line was at a lower priority, and he provided reason for hope: Those are our thoughts on the what the Bears need to sustain their success. What are yours?
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