The Bears just MARCHED down the field on the Packers in their first drive of the Matt Nagy Era, and it couldn’t have looked more foreign. The way the weapons were deployed. The diversity in play-calling. The Mitch Trubisky throws (he was 4-4 on the drive). The speed. The blocking. It all just worked.
And it led to this beautiful, elusive keeper for the Bears’ first touchdown of the year:
The big play on the drive was this 31-yard strike to Taylor Gabriel:
The big play on the drive was Trubisky to Gabriel for 31-yards.pic.twitter.com/27A8SmN6Nc
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) September 10, 2018