Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
But this is a bit much:
Well, this certainly looks familiar… pic.twitter.com/xoJHFpwfO0
— Bleacher Nation Bears (@BN_Bears) January 18, 2021
If that looks familiar to you, here’s why:
Javon Wims, oh no
— PFF (@PFF) January 10, 2021
And here’s the two side-by-side:
Jameis Winston's touchdown was the same play design the Bears ran last week when Javon Wims dropped it. pic.twitter.com/Dv7RU386ZK
— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) January 18, 2021
Sean Payton is getting a ton of love for something he lifted straight from Matt Nagy’s playbook a week ago. Was I the only person who watched that game? Just me and my pals? That can’t be right. Was it a fever dream? Force vision? A figment of my imagination? Who knows at this point.
Just when I thought it was safe to watch football without being upset about the Bears, a Bears-adjacent thing happens and I’m just besides myself. Someone should’ve seen that play coming from a mile away. Between substituting in Jameis Winston, to his lining up wide, the tells were all there — and the Bucs blew a coverage.
Most importantly, the receiver didn’t blow the catch.
Sigh. I guess that’s how it’s supposed to work.