Hell, I'd have lined up mano a mano and run it with Howard. He was killing them all game. It's like he was playing for the field goal and therefore playing to let Rodgers put another notch in his hero belt.
Post by thefriscotxaggie on Sept 10, 2018 10:54:58 GMT -5
Should have gone for it on the 4th and 1 instead of the field goal knowing their def was not going to stop Rogers regardless of his injury. Then Rogers throws the ball directly to one of Chicago's DB's dude see the pass and still drops it.
The new Coach Nagy has better utilization of Tarek but Nagey did not trust his off when it counted.
Post by Aggie Monster on Sept 13, 2018 8:02:41 GMT -5
I know its one game, but it seems like the same issue is going to plaque the Bears this year. Why do they seem to love Tariq in the first half but somehow run out of plays for him half way through the game. Its like they have a piece of paper that says "Tariq's 6 plays. Use once each". Last year he appeared to have a season quota on his touches that ran out after like 8 games or 9 games. I was schooled by a former NFL RB on the politics of Power 5 draft picks vs small school draft picks, but I think I'm really witnessing it first hand watching Tariq play. Hope I'm wrong.
Post by Aggie One on Sept 17, 2018 23:02:29 GMT -5
Beyond the Yard with Tarik Cohen
Filmmaker Wali Pitt has repackaged this four-part series into one 30 minute documentary complete with updated highlights from Tarik Cohen's rookie season in Chicago as well as his most memorable moments off the field and in the locker room.
"When you put a date on your dream, it becomes a goal. When you aim for the goal, it becomes a challenge. When you beat the challenge, the reward is success. To have success... you need a dream..."