Quick Comments: Jaguars at Bears 8/14/14


  1. The linebackers, including Shea McClellin, played better to my eye. They were more agressive than last week and played down hill to attack the line of scrimmage.

  2. Danny McCray had some good open field tackles. That’s a good sign for him. Not so good for the defense.

  3. I know that no one worries about Xs and Os in the preseason. But I wasn’t very comfortable seeing all of those Jaguar wide recievers running so free and open in the Bears secondary. I hope that doesn’t carry over into the season.

  4. Trevor Scott and Cornelius Washingtone distinguished themselves.


  1. Once again, I’m not to impressed with the Bears ground game.

  2. How did everyone feel watching Alshon Jeffrey writhing in pain as a result of a cheap late hit? Your heart stop for a minute? That’s what it feels like when your season is about to go down the drain before it even starts.

  3. Looks like the Jaguars’ defense is a pretty hard hitting group.

  4. The pass protection was pretty good, I thought, just like last week.

  5. Clausen not quite as good with the ball placement this week. He did all of the right things otherwise, though. The interception won’t help him. Palmer looked about the same as last week. Both guys maybe made thier recievers wait for the abll a little too much.’


  1. Special teams were once agian not stellar. I’m looking at you, Joe DeCamillis.

  2. Let’s just say it wasn’t Eric Weems’ night. Having said that, I don’t think he has the burst to be a really good returner. It may be time to move on.

  3. It might be best if all of the returners concentrated on catching the ball.

  4. All those flags made this a long game. Here’s hoping that one way or another those doesn’t carry over into the regular season.

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