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Joe Anello

Joe's 2012 Gameday Review: Seahawks 23, Bears 17 posted by Joe Anello

The offense didn’t turn the ball over. Jay Cutler threw for two touchdowns. Brandon Marshall went over 100 yards for the sixth time this season. So far that sounds like a win for the Chicago Bears, right? Not so fast my friend. Let’s get you into the Gameday Review.

 

(7-5) Seattle Seahawks 23

(8-4) Chicago Bears 17 

Old friend Julius Peppers got the game going with an early sack of Russell Wilson on second and short. Then on a later Marshawn Lynch run, the Bears held him up long enough for Brian Urlacher to force a fumble, which was recovered by Kelvin Hayden. On their ensuing possession, a lucky bounce of the ball kept Chicago from turning it over after a deep pass to Brandon Marshall. And taking advantage of the extra attention to Marshall was Earl Bennett, who caught a twelve yard pass from Jay Cutler and flipped into the endzone for the game’s first score.

After a near miscue on an Eric Weems muffed punt, the Bears had a drive going due to Cutler’s scrambling (a trend that would continue throughout the day). After a pass to Marshall fell just short of the first down, Lovie decided to for the first down on fourth and one from the Seattle 15. At that point in the game with a weak offensive interior, running it up the middle would be a predictable and bad idea. But that didn’t stop Smith, who brought in Michael Bush, who was promptly halted for no gain, turning it over on downs.

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Joe's 2012 Gameday Preview: Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears posted by Joe Anello

Having gotten back on the winning track against Minnesota, the Chicago Bears face another possible playoff participant Sunday afternoon in the Seattle Seahawks. With some players likely playing despite injuries (Tillman, Briggs, Forte), this preview is clearer than it might have been four or five days ago. Let’s get into it!

 

(6-5) Seattle Seahawks at

(8-3) Chicago Bears 

The Offense

When news broke that Seattle’s starting corners Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner would be suspended for four games for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, I immediately wrote this game down as a win for the Bear offense. However, those suspensions are stalled for a week because the players are appealing the ruling. They’ll be on the field and they’ll be causing problems. They’re both tough, physical, and over-sized cornerbacks who like to jam receivers on the line. I don’t think they’re going to shut down Brandon Marshall, but their size is going to give him a different look in coverage. And keep an eye out for safety Earl Thomas, who loves to roam the middle of the field and ball-hawk. So Jay can’t get too forceful with the football.

Chicago does need to focus on jump-starting the running game early with Michael Bush. Forte has an ankle injury, so he needs to see less carries in order to get him healthy for the stretch run. Pound on Seattle’s front four early with Bush and keep that under-hyped defensive line off Cutler. Because Chris Clemons, Red Bryant, and Bruce Irvin are good edge rushers and might give this makeshift Bear offensive line fits. On that o-line, no Lance Louis means the Bears are without their typical lead puller on run plays. Gabe Carimi will be back in at right guard and Edwin Williams will fill in at left guard again. So… yeah… there’s that.

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Richard Kagan

Pack Got Robbed With Officials' Blunders posted by Richard Kagan

I don't like the Green Bay Packers.  I like it when they lose a game.  I like it when they get outplayed.  But last night, they got out offiialed.  They lost to the Seattle Seahawks, but it was the replacement ref's who handed the game on a silver platter.  Seattle's Qb threw a Hail Mary pass to the end zone that was well covered by Pack defenders.  But Seattle wide receiver Grady Tate pushed off one of the Pack players in a blatant offensive interference call that was never meted out.  Pack defender M.D. Jennings appeared to intercept the ball and had possession but landed on the ground as Tate tried to wrestle the ball from him.  The Ref saw this play and awarded the Seahawks a game winnning TD with no time left on the clock.  The Packers were stunned and left the field as a team, as if in protest.  But after several minutes, The Refs reappeared on the field to have the extra point play, a mere formality.  This seemed like an insult to GB who played hard, and overcame a fierce pass rush by the Seahawks to earn the win.  But that was negated by the Refs who handed the game to Seattle.  In this game the players stats don't matter.  The Ref's call at the end, negated any of that, it stole a game away from Green Bay.  As much as I like to see them lose,  I don't like to see them lose that way.  That was a seriously botched call.Continue reading "Pack Got Robbed With Officials' Blunders"


Joe Anello

Joe's 2012 NFL Preview: The NFC posted by Joe Anello

I simply cannot wait for football to start. I’m been diving into preseason film, tearing through roster moves, and keeping myself awake at night pondering the possibilities of the 2012 season. Since the season kicks off with the Cowboys and Giants Wednesday night on NBC, let’s get right into my season predictions for the National Football Conference! As a preface, let me just say that this entire process is weird. I’ve looked a decent amount of schedules, but these records (which, when all totaled with the AFC, will equal out correctly) are more akin to indications of how good/crappy I think these teams will be. Let’s break it down!

The NFC East


Last year the NFC East turned into a slaughterhouse, with no team able to break the double-digit win mark. That didn’t stop these teams from making headlines on a daily basis though. With Philly re-charged for another run, a franchise QB finally in D.C., the Cowboys in a pivotal year and the Super Bowl champs looking to repeat, there won’t be any shortage of news in the NFC East. To preface these predictions, this division is a crap-shoot. The only team I’m sure won’t win the East is Washington. Otherwise these teams will just beat up on each other, ensuring that no one breaks away.

Philadelphia Eagles

Last year’s dream turned into something more like a nightmare as Andy Reid’s Eagles failed to meet expectations. Injuries and soft play contributed to their woes, as Michael Vick couldn’t stay on the field (as usual) and DeSean Jackson was worried about his contract situation. LeSean McCoy was a bright spot, but he couldn’t carry this team beyond its mediocre finish. Drafting Fletcher Cox and trading for linebacker DeMeco Ryans should boost second year coordinator Juan Castillo’s defensive unit quite a bit. If they can maintain that pass rush, Philly’s excellent corners will be able to take advantage of their match-up’s and show glimpses of the unit they were supposed to be in 2011. They’re primed to improve, but their over success still depends on Michael Vick’s health.

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Joe Anello

Notes from Day Two of the NFL Draft posted by Joe Anello

Another exciting, fast-paced night of the NFL Draft passed Friday as rounds two and three wrapped up in under four hours. Without any more filibuster, let’s get right to some of the stories that caught my eye.

-The night after taking Stanford’s Andrew Luck with the first overall pick, the Colts come back on Friday and draft Luck’s tight end Coby Fleener. At that point, the Colts had a field stretcher in a league that has gone tight end crazy. But they didn’t stop there, taking Clemson tight end Dwayne Allen at the start of the third. Allen’s more of a complete tight end than Fleener, being able to get on the end of the line and take on defenders. Still, I thought that would be the last pick for a few rounds that the Colt spent on offense. I was wrong, as they got into the end of the third round to take Florida International receiver T.Y. Hilton, who figures to get time in the slot. So I guess that GM Ryan Grigson isn’t concerned about that shittastic defense? Looks like the new Colts are going the same direction as the old Colts. Spend the valuable assets on offense and fill in the gaps with late rounders on defense. I’m puzzled by their draft. The moves will improve their offense certainly, but they needed to get much bigger on defense in order to handle new coach Chuck Pagano’s schemes.

-With three picks in the second round, the Rams had an opportunity to address a number of needs and even take a chance. Following their pick of receiver Brian Quick to start the night, they took a risk by selecting Northern Alabama corner Janoris Jenkins, who fell off of many teams’ draft boards thanks to two marijuana arrests and other poor decisions. Regarded as the second best (if not the best) cover corner in the draft, Jenkins partners with Cortland Finnegan to give the Rams a ballsy defensive backfield. The action didn’t stop for them there however, following those picks with the selection of the speedy RB Isaiah Pead to help spell Steven Jackson. And if that wasn’t enough, they selected Montana corner Trumaine Johnson in round three. Fisher just overhauled an area of extreme weakness, but he’ll need to stay on top of Jenkins and Johnson to keep them in line. I really like what the Rams did, even if they got too cute and traded away from Morris Claiborne.

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Joe Anello

Joe's 2011 Gameday Recap: Seahawks 38, Bears 14 posted by Joe Anello

I’m sorry you had to sit through that Bear fans, but you can rest assured the 2011 season is over for the Monsters of the Midway. Their loss to the Seattle Seahawks may only drop them to a 7-7 record, but their unmistakably terrible quarterback play has clearly taken them out of the playoff picture. The offseason isn’t here yet though, so the Gameday Recaps continue!

 

(7-7) Seattle Seahawks 38
(7-7) Chicago Bears 14

Going into halftime, Bear fans had reasons to be optimistic their team would break out of their slump. At 14-7, Chicago’s defense had kept Marshawn Lynch in check and held Tarvaris Jackson to minimal completions. Seattle’s offense had only managed 6 first downs at the break. What really gave Chicagoans hope was that the defense had already scored a touchdown thanks to a Julius Peppers strip of Jackson in the endzone. Recovered by Israel Idonije, the score tied the game up in the first quarter and shifted momentum in Lovie Smith’s favor. Unfortunately, Caleb Hanie was still in the game.

Mike Martz’s offense had its issues all day, starting with turnovers. An early first down catch by Johnny Knox was promptly fumbled away after a hit by Kam Chancellor and recovery by Earl Thomas, giving Seattle the field position needed for its first score. On a decent drive in the second quarter, supported by Hanie scrambles and Marion Barber runs, a roll-out and throw ended up in a tipped pass off Kellen Davis into the hands of Earl Thomas. Continuing the trend in the third, pressure from K.J. Wright in the face of Hanie led to an awful throw into the flat which was cut off by lineman Red Bryant and returned 20 yards for the ‘Hawks third touchdown of the day. If that wasn’t enough, Hanie had one more pick-six in him late, tossing it right at Brandon Browner, who took it right back in his face for 42 yards to give the Seahawks an embarrassing 38-14 lead in the fourth quarter. And just to cap the day off right, when Josh McCown came in for Hanie after his third INT, McCown gets one of his own on his second throw of the game. Chicago gave up four sacks on the day (Chris Clemons is scary good, FYI), but the pressure was more constant than that number would suggest. Hanie overthrew plenty of open receivers and made poor decisions with the football for the fourth straight week.

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Richard Kagan

Kiss This Season Goobye posted by Richard Kagan

The Chicago Bears have allowed the Seattle Seahawks take a commanding 24-14 lead late in 3rd quarter at Soldier Field.

The Bears are about to be buried for this season.  No Cutlers, No Forte, No Wright, No Johnny Knox, who left the game in an ambulance and was taken to a local hospital.  Unfortunately, Caleb Hanie, who looked so good against the Packers in the NFC game and looked mediocre at best, and simply not-ready-for-prime-time.  He lacks the skills that Cutler has.

The Bears didn't count on losing Cutler and Forte, and without adequate replacements, or an ablity to adjust on the fly, the season is spiralling downward.  The Bears are about to lose their 4th straight game and move to 7-7.  Wtih two away games left.  There is nothing pretty about this game.  The Bears had a 14-7 lead but Seattle stormed back and took a 21-14 lead.  A FG only prolonged the inevitable.  The Bears have been out-personneled and out hustled. 

This game got uglier and the Bears lost 38-14.  Hanie threw 3 picks, two for touchdowns.  His backup, Jake McCown, throw a pick as well.  Hanie had thrown for nine interceptions in 4 games.  Wow.  That's a problem.

That isn't going to get it done at the QB position.  The Bears went from looking like a good, tough, explosive NFL team with playoff aspirations to a downtrodden team, looking a shell of itself.  There is nothing there.  There is no offense. And, the defense, altough good, can't win a game like it did 3-4 years ago.  Urlacher and Brigss, are aging, and nothing accelerates that than losing. 

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Joe Anello

Joe's 2011 Gameday Preview: Seahawks at Bears posted by Joe Anello

Losers of three straight, the Chicago Bears are trying to get back on the winning horse this afternoon against the rising Seattle Seahawks. Can you believe these two teams are actually still in the playoff hunt? They both need a lot of help to get there, but this game is too significant for either team to lose. Drop one more game… and you likely won’t see January.

 

(6-7) Seattle Seahawks at
(7-6) Chicago Bears

As it has been with the Bears in recent weeks, their defense has to step it up and keep these Seahawks from scoring anything more than six to nine points. Seattle’s young offense has been slowly improving behind Tarvaris Jackson, who is showing more talent and better decision making under Pete Carroll than he ever did for Minnesota. Marshawn Lynch is still beastly in the backfield, and he’s the type of runner the Bears typically struggle against. Chicago’s linebackers have to ensure they wrap him up and let the second defender come in for the strip or else they’ll see too many broken tackles and too many long gains. On the outside, keep track of undrafted rookie Doug Baldwin, who has emerged from nowhere to become Seattle’s best receiver. Charles Tillman is expected to play today, but I don’t envision him matching up one-on-one with Baldwin. It’ll be a committee effort in the secondary.

What casual NFL fans may not know is that Seattle’s run defense is pretty solid. Chicago won’t be able to bully them around on the ground, so Caleb Hanie has to… make throws??? That deserves a long, drawn-out, Darth Vader-like “NOOOOO!!!” Marion Barber and Kahlil Bell are going to get their carries, but Chicago can’t win unless Hanie gets passes to his wide receivers. Johnny Knox, Early Bennett and Devin Hester must show up. Corner Brandon Browner is extremely underrated and is beginning to make a name for himself in the secondary, adding to the ball-hawking skills of Earl Thomas. If that was bad enough, defensive end Chris Clemons is a monster coming off the edge. Mike Tice better have plans to take him out of the equation or Hanie’s in for another rough day.

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Joe Anello

Joe's 2011 Thursday Night Preview: Eagles at Seahawks posted by Joe Anello

Forget about the rest of your work week, Thursday Night Football is on tonight! The NFL Network has a pretty interesting contest for us tonight, as the imploding “Dream Team” travels northwest to far off Seattle to take on a young and “always tough at home” Seahawks squad. Who’s ready for the death of a dream?

 

(4-7) Philadelphia Eagles at
(4-7) Seattle Seahawks

Oh man. This Eagles season has been absolutely freaking delightful. And it could all come crashing down to a violent and decisive ending if they lose tonight. Vince Young has the helm for a third straight week, but he’ll be missing wide receiver Jeremy Maclin again. So Andy Reid, I have a suggestion for you. One that should save you from all the ungodly hours you’re rumored to be putting in lately. Hand the f###ing ball off to LeSean Mccoy. (It he can carry it, that is. Kinda injured.) He’s really good and you might be able to control the ball and keep your own craptastic defense off the field. Just a thought.

For Seattle, it’s time for some good old fashioned home cooking. The Seahawks are always somehow better at home. This is the same team that handed it to the Ravens in week ten, so anything is possible tonight. Tarvaris Jackson has been surprisingly… not horrible as of late, but the key to a win for the ‘Hawks is their solid run defense against McCoy and getting Marshawn Lynch going on the ground. From there it’s all about ramping up that home field advantage and suckering an undisciplined Philly team into dumb mistakes.

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Joe Anello

Joe's 2011 NFL Season Preview: The NFC West posted by Joe Anello

There’s no way around it. This division sucks. Quarterback questions abound for three of its four teams and 9-7 will likely win it all. The final division preview starts now!

Seattle Seahawks

After winning the division with a super-crappy record, the Seattle Seahawks stunned the Saints, advancing past the Wildcard round. This year will not be a repeat of that performance. Tarvaris Jackson takes over at quarterback, already putting the Seahawks in a hole. Whether he’s familiar with Darell Bevel l’s offense or not, Jackson is not an NFL-level QB. He’s still got Sidney Rice to throw to, taking advantage of Rice’s wide catching radius. After adding Rice, the Seattle receivers are deep, with Mike Williams and Golden Tate amongst the crop. Seattle’s young offensive line isn’t quite ready to become an elite unit, but they’ll show flashes thanks to new line coach Tom Cable and a left side of Russell Okung and Robert Gallery. The Seahawk defense is… decent. Signing defensive tackle Brandon Mebane was a great move, giving them a run-stuffer up the middle. Behind the line, the linebackers are alright and the secondary is so-so aside from safety Earl Thomas, whose ball-hawking has to pick up in his second year.
2010 Record: 7-9
2011 Prediction: 6-10


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NFL Draft Needs: Cowboys, Bears good bets to draft defensive tackle in first round (Shutdown C

Before the NFL draft on May 8-10, we'll be looking at all the key prospects and also breaking them down by position. In our "Draft Needs" series we will also examine which teams will be in the market at each position, looking to fill their remaining roster holes. DEFENSIVE LINE Dallas Cowboys: Signing Henry Melton from Chicago helps, but he is coming off a season-ending injury last year and if he just replaces Jason Hatcher, who had an unbelievable year before going to the Redskins. And Dallas lost future Hall of Famer DeMarcus Ware at end. Maybe the team brings back Anthony Spencer, who is still a free agent, but he's coming off major knee surgery and the fact that he's still unsigned tells you he's not going to fix everything. Dallas needs a lot of help, particularly on its horrible defense, and the line is a great place to start. A good inside presence is almost a must at pick No. 16, someone like Florida State's Timmy Jernigan or Pitt's Aaron Donald. NEED LEVEL: Extremely high Chicago Bears: The Bears loaded up at defensive end in free agency, and that was smart. That doesn't mean the line is set, because there are still holes inside. Henry Melton left to Dallas. Corey Wootton was miscast as a tackle out of necessity, but he's gone too, to Minnesota. The Bears didn't sign one natural defensive tackle, so there's a lot of work to do here. Being able to snag someone like Donald or Jernigan with the 14th pick, two spots before the tackle-needy Cowboys pick, would be a very smart move and accentuate everything they were able to accomplish in free agency. NEED LEVEL: Very high New England Patriots: The Vince Wilfork issue has been taken care of, but it still showed how tenuous the Patriots' defensive line situation is. New England always seems to have good, versatile linemen but need an influx of young talent, especially inside, to go with depth guys like Chris Jones and Joe Vellano. It's probably a good bet they find someone that fits their scheme with the 29th pick, or sometime in the first few rounds. NEED LEVEL: High New York Giants: The Giants have had a very good offseason, and the next step will be adding to the defensive line. The Giants don't have that dominant line we remember anymore, then lost end Justin Tuck and tackle Linval Joseph in free agency. Getting defensive end Robert Ayers wasn't bad, but he's never been a difference maker. Having the 12th pick should give them a good shot to improve on the defensive line, or perhaps they'll wait until the second or third round to grab a defensive lineman. But it would be a surprise if they don't address that position, considering their reputation of having waves of defensive line talent. NEED LEVEL: High Oakland Raiders: The guys the Raiders added to the line, like Justin Tuck and Antonio Smith, are solid players but also older veterans. While it seems the Raiders will use the fifth pick to grab a difference maker on offense, they'll still have plenty of opportunities to get a tackle or end that can basically be the young up-and-coming star they had with departed Lamarr Houston. NEED LEVEL: Medium Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks still have a fantastic defensive line, but they don't want that to slip. Losing Clinton McDonald, Red Bryant and Chris Clemons in the offseason hurts the depth on the front. There are other needs (offensive line, receiver) to address as well, but one of Seattle's biggest advantages is being very strong up front, and drafting someone to help on the line will help ensure it remains a strength. NEED LEVEL: Medium Other teams in need: Tennessee, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Pittsburgh NFL Draft Needs series April 18: Linebacker April 19: Defensive line April 20: Offensive line April 21: Running back April 22: Receiver/tight end April 23: Quarterback April 24: Defensive back April 25: Running back More NFL coverage: - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab [read full article]

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NFL Draft Needs: Cowboys, Bears good bets to draft defensive tackle in first round (Shutdown C

Before the NFL draft on May 8-10, we'll be looking at all the key prospects and also breaking them down by position. In our "Draft Needs" series we will also examine which teams will be in the market at each position, looking to fill their remaining roster holes. DEFENSIVE LINE Dallas Cowboys: Signing Henry Melton from Chicago helps, but he is coming off a season-ending injury last year and if he just replaces Jason Hatcher, who had an unbelievable year before going to the Redskins. And Dallas lost future Hall of Famer DeMarcus Ware at end. Maybe the team brings back Anthony Spencer, who is still a free agent, but he's coming off major knee surgery and the fact that he's still unsigned tells you he's not going to fix everything. Dallas needs a lot of help, particularly on its horrible defense, and the line is a great place to start. A good inside presence is almost a must at pick No. 16, someone like Florida State's Timmy Jernigan or Pitt's Aaron Donald. NEED LEVEL: Extremely high Chicago Bears: The Bears loaded up at defensive end in free agency, and that was smart. That doesn't mean the line isset, because there are still holes inside. Henry Melton left to Dallas. Corey Wootton was miscast as a tackle out of necessity, but he's gone too, to Minnesota. The Bears didn't sign one natural defensive tackle, so there's a lot of work to do here. Being able to snag someone like Donald or Jernigan with the 14th pick, two spots before the tackle-needy Cowboys pick, would be a very smart move and accentuate everything they were able to accomplish in free agency. NEED LEVEL: Very high New England Patriots: The Vince Wilfork issue has been taken care of, but it still showed how tenuous the Patriots' defensive line situation is. New England always seems to have good, versatile linemen but need an influx of young talent, especially inside, to go with depth guys like Chris Jones and Joe Vellano. It's probably a good bet they find someone that fits their scheme with the 29th pick, or sometime in the first few rounds. NEED LEVEL: High New York Giants: The Giants have had a very good offseason, and the next step will be adding to the defensive line. The Giants don't have that dominant line we remember anymore, then lost end Justin Tuck and tackle Linval Joseph in free agency. Getting defensive end Robert Ayers wasn't bad, but he's never been a difference maker. Having the 12th pick should give them a good shot to improve on the defensive line, or perhaps they'll wait until the second or third round to grab a defensive lineman. But it would be a surprise if they don't address that position, considering their reputation of having waves of defensive line talent. NEED LEVEL: High Oakland Raiders: The guys the Raiders added to the line, like Justin Tuck and Antonio Smith, are solid players but also older veterans. While it seems the Raiders will use the fifth pick to grab a difference maker on offense, they'll still have plenty of opportunities to get a tackle or end that can basically be the young up-and-coming star they had with departed Lamarr Houston. NEED LEVEL: Medium Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks still have a fantastic defensive line, but they don't want that to slip. Losing Clinton McDonald, Red Bryant and Chris Clemons in the offseason hurts the depth on the front. There are other needs (offensive line, receiver) to address as well, but one of Seattle's biggest advantages is being very strong up front, and drafting someone to help on the line will help ensure it remains a strength. NEED LEVEL: Medium Other teams in need: Tennessee, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Pittsburgh NFL Draft Needs series April 18: Linebacker April 19: Defensive line April 20: Offensive line April 21: Running back April 22: Receiver/tight end April 23: Quarterback April 24: Defensive back April 25: Running back More NFL coverage: - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab [read full article]

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