Part of the problem may be self-inflicted
Part of the problem may be self-inflicted Oct 23

Part of the problem may be self-inflicted

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Part of the problem may be self-inflicted, as Next Gen Stats show Wilson and Fields in particular are holding the ball way too long, as noted by NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah.

This is partly due to personnel issues and schemes issues. Matt Nagy, the Bears player who started the season, requested Fields to be "Dude who Backs Andy Dalton" rather than "Insanely Athletic First-Round Pick Playing behind a bad offensive line." Fields did the right thing to ease his work. Moving the pocket. Take him off the edge. Divide the field in two. To make the odds work in your favor, use several RPO's while playing an inexperienced offensive team.

The Browns have a decent defense, and that's all it takes but the offensive coach let a rookie quarterback be 6-for-20 when the team generated net yards of 47 in 42 play (1.1 per pop!) One net passing yard. This isn't a typo: the Bears were the only team with a passing yard. 2021 In 2021, a football match that is full. The field was populated by 11 players. Fields was punched nine times. Nine times? Nine times. Mr. Nagy, wake up and enjoy the aroma of coffee.

They may not be as concerning because they are at the very minimum, bringing in an experienced coach to oversee the team that is not as talented. This is in contrast to an older coaching team with no talent like the Bears. Yet, they're taking the life of their fans with a poor performance.

It's fair to be concerned about Wilson's debut season. Wilson was going to be the player for the whole season. Trading Sam Darnold ensured as much. Wilson is being pressured frequently due to Mekhi Becton continues to be absent. The run game has yet to come into play and may not happen until the Jets win a favorable defensive matchup.

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