The Bears can’t ruin your Sunday, I recommend you enjoy the heck out of today.
• Here’s what your Bears-less Sunday looks like:
Semana 10 de la #NFL!!
5 Partidos en la primera ventana.
6 Partidos por la tarde.
ARE YOU READY? pic.twitter.com/3zT4N3ygbX
— Joshúa Maya (@PlaysOfTheWeek) November 15, 2020
• If you want to get a look at what good, young quarterback play looks like around the league, today is a good day to soak it all in. I’m intrigued by Dolphins-Chargers, which features Tua Tagovailoa squaring off against Justin Herbert. Bills-Cardinals should be a treat, too, with Josh Allen and Kyler Murray going head-to-head.
• Should you want to watch a storyline that’s easy to root for, then Washington-Detroit features Alex Smith making his first start in 728 days. And if you’re pulling for the best Bears postseason scenario, then you’ll want to keep your eyes on Seahawks-Rams. There’s so much to take in! So enjoy football without the agony of having to watch the Bears attempt to play offense.
• Lamar Miller’s arrival isn’t going to fix everything, but it could help. Let’s enjoy some highlights:
• I thoroughly enjoy watching Sam Howell sling it at North Carolina:
Sam Howell balled out in Chapel Hill today 🙌
His 7️⃣ total TDs earned him the Top Performer label for Week 11! pic.twitter.com/mPgpoEofsu
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) November 15, 2020
• For the record, Sam Howell was a better prospect as a true freshman at Chapel Hill than Mitchell Trubisky was after his junior season in which he started and rose up the quarterback prospect rankings. But we don’t need to have that conversation in this moment.
• I’m not sure what’s applicable to the Bears here, but I think Urban Meyer is making some good points:
Must listen from Urban Meyer pic.twitter.com/1OmNFfv0DB
— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) November 14, 2020
• Pac-12 football brought the wackiness last night:
Oh no. Oh no.
Oh no no no no no. pic.twitter.com/aqjVxHw05G
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 15, 2020
• This was worth the wait:
Wait for it … waaaait for it … pic.twitter.com/pHv3RzZLWk
— Bleacher Nation Bears (@BN_Bears) November 15, 2020
• The latest installment of “Allen Robinson Catches Everything” is here:
Most targets w/o a drop this season:
1. Allen Robinson II – 76
2. Keenan Allen – 71
3. Travis Kelce – 64
4. Davante Adams – 55 pic.twitter.com/bcIdjFLEFI
— PFF (@PFF) November 14, 2020
• And you can catch these hands if you’re trying to pry #12 off the Bears roster while he’s still on it:
Players Who Need a Change of Scenery in 2021
Best Fit: NE
Best Fit: DAL
Best Fit: HOU
Best Fit: CAR
Best Fit: NYJ
Best Fit: TB
— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) November 15, 2020
• Jaylon Johnson is a few interceptions away from making a real run at the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Year award:
Most forced incompletions by rookies:
1. Jaylon Johnson – 11
2. Trevon Diggs – 10
3. C.J. Henderson – 6 pic.twitter.com/TKHsQ8fedg
— PFF (@PFF) November 15, 2020
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— Bleacher Nation (@BleacherNation) November 15, 2020
• Closing out this set of Bullets with a reminder that Roquan Smith is awesome:
An interesting Roquan Smith stat #DaBears
2020 Leaders in DEFEATS
R.Smith CHI 21
D.White TB 19
L.David TB 19
B.Martinez NYG 18
T.J.Watt PIT 18
D.Jones ATL 17
Defeats: plays that 1) cause turnover 2) TFL 3) stop conversion on 3rd/4th down.
— Aaron Schatz 🏈 (@FO_ASchatz) November 14, 2020