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The Bears have long been famed for their running game

Message par chenyan94 le 03/12/19, 4:45 , but Nagy and Pace have changed focus." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteWindy City GridironWindy City Gridiron - Being who you thought we were since 2005!Log In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBearsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsThe Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansFiled under:From The Desk Of...Roster AnalysisNFC North Roster Comparison: Running BacksNew,31commentsThe Bears have long been famed for their running game, but Nagy and Pace have changed focus. CDTShareTweetShareShareNFC North Roster Comparison: Running BacksPhoto by Dylan Buell/Getty ImagesThis is the second installment in a series to look at the rosters in the NFC North. As much as possible, I’m trying to set aside any biases and just look at how the individual players stack up against one another. After starting with quarterbacks, I’m moving on to running backs. SB Nation has already released its list, and it placed the Bears’ group at the top, and fifth overall--ahead of the Saints and Alvin Karama. I have to admit that I find their reasoning a little shaky.When the improvements to a roster come from a 500-yard back and a guy whose claim to fame is PFF likes him, I sort of feel the need to pause. I am a bit of a critic of the idea that teams need a bell-cow back, back placing the Bears rushers ahead of both the Cowboys (Elliott) and the Giants (Barkley) seems optimistic.However, the Bears do not play in the NFC East, so let’s look at how things stack up in the home division.#1) Green Bay PackersLet’s get something out of the way--the Packers were at the bottom of the league last year in rushes per game, and their running backs are not asked to do much more than keep defenses slightly more honest against Aaron Rodgers’ passing attack. Almost any back playing for Green Bay will benefit from the change in expectations. However, this group did do well last year when they were given the chance.Aaron Jones was 10th in the NFL in terms of defense-adjusted yards above replacement, and 7th in DVOA. He was 6th in terms of success rate, getting the yards he needed based on down and distance 55% of the time. He led the NFL in yards per attempt (5.5), per Pro Football Reference. In other words, Jones is a good, efficient running back. He would have been more impressive overall if not for a two-game suspension and an injury. One way or another, however, he is highly productive.Jamaal Williams gives the Packers a second running back in the top thirty-two when it comes to success rate, and his DYAR and DVOA were also Top 25. That’s nice depth to have. To round out the group, Green Bay still has Kapri Bibbs (claimed off waivers) and added a 6th-round pick to their group (Dexter Williams). They picked up veteran fullback Malcolm Johnson as well.In short Womens Akiem Hicks Jersey , this is a complete group with a dangerous lead back who can run and catch, a reliable backup, and some diversity in the rest of the room.#2) Chicago BearsNew acquisition Mike Davis was 11th in DVOA and 14th in success rate in 2018. That’s better than Tarik Cohen, who failed to qualify among rushers based on number of attempts but who had a negative score both in terms of DYAR and DVOA. Yes, Cohen made impressive things happen. He also ran backwards a lot, somehow being a boom-or-bust back with relatively few booms (3 rushing touchdowns, and a ‘longest’ run 7 yards short of what his quarterback recorded). Still, Cohen was 9th in the league in all-purpose yards, and he was the only NFC North player to crack the top ten in that category. Cohen is a dangerous receiving weapon, and that should count for something in this evaluation. Cohen and Davis are also backed up by third-round pick David Montgomery.It’s always a little challenging to project a college player into the NFL except in general tiers, and Montgomery is a solid second-tier prospect. It makes sense that he fell as low as he did, but it’s also likely that he will provide real contributions to his team. Even if he spends his rookie year working his way into the system while spelling David and Cohen, the Bears seem to be in good shape at running back. There is not elite talent in this group, but there is depth and variety, and that matters in the modern NFL. I am hoping that I am underselling Montgomery and that this group deserves to pass Green Bay, but until the rookie shows me more, I am being conservative in my evaluation. It is also possible, however, that I am not giving Detroit enough credit.#3) Detroit LionsKerryon Johnson was 5th in DVOA, and his success rate of 53% was good for 12th. He was second in the league in yards per attempt (5.4). If not for an injury that kept him from playing more, he likely would have done a lot more damage to other teams. As it was, in 10 games (and only 7 starts) Bobby Massie Jersey , the rookie cleared 850 total yards from scrimmage, and he was on a pace to break a thousand yards rushing.Meanwhile, Theo Riddick is a nice utility piece, but it’s probably telling that Pro Football Reference has him listed as a wide receiver for 2018, and the next season he gets a thousand yards from scrimmage will be his first. Zach Zenner and C.J. Anderson round out a running back room that has the virtue of being relatively complete, and that’s assuming Ty Johnson (a 6th-rounder out of Oklahoma State) doesn’t amount to anything.It wouldn’t take much to convince me that the I have the Bears a little too high and the Lions a little too low, but until I know more about how Johnson’s knee is doing, and until I see more from one of the secondary backs, I think the overall position in Detroit is on shakier ground than the group playing for Chicago. The problem the Lions face is that they need Johnson for this group to be taken seriously, while both the groups in front of them have at least two dangerous players.#4) Minnesota VikingsThe nicest thing that I can say about the Vikings based on their Football Outsiders’ stats is that they were held back by a really weak offensive line. The Vikings did not have a very dangerous rushing attack in 2018, and unless the Garrett Bradbury was under-drafted at #18, then Minnesota probably did not do enough to turn things around that dramatically. It’s worth pointing out that the entire group struggled to make anything of the limited holes they did gain, although from time to time Dalvin Cook showed flashes.Offensive line woes aside, neither Latavius Murray (31st in success rate) nor Dalvin Cook (41st in DVOA) did much to help out the offense. Murray has moved on the the Saints, replaced by Alexander Mattison or Ameer Abdullah, depending on which depth chart you believe. If it’s Mattison, then Vikings fans better hope that the scouts who saw the Boise State player as a project with a 4th-round grade were wrong (he was taken in the third); it it’s Abdullah, then the Vikings are going to have to hope that a player waived by Detroit somehow takes a big step forward this season. The Vikings are underwhelming at running back, and of all of the evaluations in this piece, this is the rank that I feel the most comfortable in. Two weekends are in the books, Bears fans, are you watching? You can see the Saturday early game online"Being who you thought we were since 2005!Log In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBearsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsThe Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansAAFAAF Weekend Three Open Thread For Chicago Bears FansNew ,16commentsTwo weekends are in the books, Bears fans, are you watching? You can see the Saturday early game onlineCSTShareTweetShareShareAAF Weekend Three Open Thread For Chicago Bears FansThe AAF inaugural season continues this weekend with four more games. This thread will serve as an open thread for the entire weekend of AAF games, plus you can also let everybody know your thoughts about the Packers of course... and you can even give out some open thread love to the recently fired Cody Parkey if you likeSATURDAYThis is where the viewing schedule gets a little weird. The Saturday early game between the 2-0 Arizona Hotshots and the 0-2 Salt Lake Stallions kicks off at 2:00 PM Central time and, strangely enough, there’s only one way that you’ll be able to see it. The game will be streamed on the B/R Live website. These two teams played in Week 1 and Arizona won at home 38-22.Saturday night, the Mike Singletary lead 0-2 Memphis Express will hit the road and take on my newly adopted 2-0 Orlando Apollos at 7:00 PM Central. That’s right, Denmaster Ken has officially picked his team to follow, and it’s the Apollos. Why? Because they are blue & orange and their helmets are totally sharp. It’s the important things that matter. You can watch the game live on NFL Network, or you can do like I do and DVR it. SUNDAYThe early Sunday game features the 2-0 Birmingham Iron hitting the road to take on the 0-2 Atlanta Legends. The opening coin toss will drop at 3:00 PM Central, and you can watch the action on CBS Sports Network.The final game of the weekend has the 1-1 San Antonio Commanders traveling to San Diego to battle the 0-2 Fleet. SOME LINKS TO KEEP YOU ENTERTAINED WHILE WAITINGWiedman: The good, the bad and the ugly of the AAF - Week 2 - Our Turf Football - Which teams are moving in the right direction, and which teams are not? OTFB’s Wanda Wiedman looks at how the teams in the AAF are faring.Apollos DL Burks, defensive line working to tighten things up against the Express - Alliance of American Football - Opposing teams are rushing for an average of 127.5 yards per game against the Orlando Apollos. That’s something Orlando Apollos defensive lineman Izaah Burks, Sr. and his linemates are definitely thinking about heading into this week’s game against the Memphis Express. Memphis running back Zac Stacy is tied for the most rushing yards in The Alliance of American Football.AAF Week 3: Five players to watch who could generate NFL buzz, plus one for the road - - Here's a look at standout players you should know as the Alliance of American Football reaches Week 3Ex-Giants Will Hill, Damontre Moore dominating in AAF - Big Blue View - Checking in on how players with ties to Giants are performing in new leagueTrent Richardson embraces football redemption via AAF - - Trent Richardson, who quickly flamed out of the NFL after just three seasons, is searching for football redemption in the newly formed AAF.AAF: Why pro football league isn't going away for at least a few years - USA Today - Investor Tom Dundon talks about the financial security and minimum lifespan of the Alliance of American FootballWhy Did the Carolina Hurricanes Owner Invest $250 Million in the AAF? - The Ringer - Dallas billionaire Tom Dundon injected much-needed money into the Alliance of American Football, just 10 days into its first season. Besides profit and prestige, what is the end game for the new AAF chairman?AAF: Super Bowl champ trying to make Starter gear trendy again - Memphis Commercial Appeal - The Alliance of American Football is trying to make Starter merchandise trendy again.Fantasy football rankings: Rankings and projections for AAF Week 3 - Pro Football Focus - Director of PFF Fantasy Jeff Ratcliffe offers up his full fantasy football rankings and projections for Week 3 action in the AAF.The 5 things we learned for fantasy football in Week 2 of the AAF - Pro Football Focus - Director of PFF Fantasy Jeff Ratcliffe highlights the top fantasy takeaways from the Week 2 AAF action over the weekend.Legends thriving on special teams - Alliance of American Football - When it comes to special teams, the Atlanta Legends have all their bases covered.Hotshots at Stallions: Week 3 Preview - Alliance of American Football - For the first time in their history Womens Eddie Jackson Jersey , the Salt Lake Stallions will be playing in front of their home fans, hosting the Arizona Hotshots at Rice-Eccles Stadium.Larkin looking for bragging rights over former college teammate - Alliance of American Football - The last time Austin Larkin saw his old teammates, he was on the winning side. Helping pressure quarterbacks Mike Bercovici and Philip Nelson, Larkin and the San Antonio Commanders defense were able to disrupt the San Diego Fleet offense in Week 1 and claim victory for their team, 15-6.Hotshots defense flying under radar, but vital to 2-0 start - Alliance of American Football - The Arizona Hotshots lead The Alliance in four offensive categories, and their skill-position players have earned plenty of attention the first two weeks of the season. But the Hotshots defense, while perhaps not as flashy, has also gotten the job done in the team’s 2-0 start. Arizona is second in the league in total defense, allowing an average of 238 yards per game to opponents.Gardner, Watson becoming dynamic duo behind Fleet's stout offensive line - Alliance of American Football - It is, on the surface, the most physically-challenging, dirt- and sweat-filled and least romanticized relationship in football. Yet when done right, when completely in-sync, there is nothing more beautiful and awe-inspiring in the game than an offensive line dominating an opponent and the running backs reaping the benefits behind them.SO WHAT DO YOU THINK?Have you picked your team yet? Do you like my choice? Spill the beans, Bears fans.
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