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When it comes time to decide who will be the Bears QB in 2020, who should make that decision? Earl Bennett tells Joe George that Nagy should call the shot. Check out the full podcast of Bears Verified if you haven't yet -> https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bears-verified-with-earl-bennett-and-joe/id1487247336
What was the deal with the option play on 3rd & 1? @EarlBBennett & I dive into that and the loss this week on Bears Verified! Full pod --> https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bears-verified-with-earl-bennett-and-joe/id1487247336Earl B. Bennett@EarlBBennett
The QB position is the most important one for a reason. You have to give yourself a chance to succeed by having continuity and consistency. https://twitter.com/EarlBBennett/status/1196826106973839360
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By Earl Bennett Bears lose AGAIN. My thoughts below. Beardown.
By Earl Bennett My dreams of being a professional football player became true when the Chicago Bears selected me in the 3rd round. I was eager to get to work and do the preparation needed to be the best receiver in franchise history. My plans of having an immediate impact were halted during the first season. Walking through Halas Hall and seeing all of the history was fascinating and inspiring. Every day at practice was a challenge as I shifted through multiple positions. Although I felt I was ready, the coaching staff, especially Pep Hamilton, thought otherwise. Pep was the quarterback coach and got on to me every day. The …
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By Earl Bennett Bears Win! Bears did what they should have done with Matt Stafford out for Detroit.
By Earl Bennett Fashion has always been a part of the NFL. Joe Namath with the fur coat to Deion Sanders with the gold chains and sweet pregame outfits. Now, players like Odell Beckham and DeAndre Hopkins are keeping the tradition going. Though some players can pull certain looks off, there are some who should stay away. In 2011, we signed Roy Williams to the team. The Odessa product never failed to provide laughter whether it was intentional or not. Roy’s jokes or his unserious nature were constant — his outfits followed suit. Roy never tried to impress with his clothes. Whether it was his old school jeans or …
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By Earl Bennett Bears lose AGAIN to the Eagles this time, 4 game losing streak. Earl gives his thoughts on this loss below:
By Earl Bennett After my 2007 season at Vanderbilt, I decided to forgo my senior year and enter the 2008 NFL Draft. After consulting with various draft analysts and experts, I concluded it was the right time for me to take my talents to the next level. I hired Bus Cook as my agent and we began to discuss training options for the combine. As I prepared for the next phase in life, Bus thought it would be a great idea to train with Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall in Atlanta. Since the Broncos were expected to draft a wide receiver, he thought it might be a good look. So, …
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By Earl Bennett Johnny Knox had world class speed. We often joked about his leg circumference and how small they were, yet he could outrun just about all of us. On the field, he was a crisp route runner using head nods and intermitting speeds to throw defensive backs off. But, Johnny had one Achilles heel, it was running a slant in cover 2 man. Green Bay always knew that if they ran cover 2 man on us, it would give us problems. Other teams took heed and started to do the same. You slow up the speedy receivers in Devin and Johnny and force them to run out routes …
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By Earl Bennett In 2008, watching the Cowboys on Hard Knocks was fun and intriguing. For me as a backup return specialist, I thoroughly enjoyed watching Adam “Pacman” Jones field punts. Most around the league watched him catch multiple punts in practice without putting a ball down and thought that was a tough, yet fun challenge to try. Dave Toub, then Chicago Bears Special Teams Coach and now Kansas City Chiefs Special Teams Coach, thought it would be a good idea if we tried to catch more than Pacman did. Catching punts to me is like fielding a pop fly. You align your body with the ball and catch it. …
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