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Our day-after notes segment returns to cover a Bears preseason loss." NotesGame RecapFrom The Desk Of...Bears vs. Giants: Notes from a difficult lossNew Cody Parkey Jersey ,81commentsOur day-after notes segment returns to cover a Bears preseason loss.CDTA preseason football game was played between the Chicago Bears and the New York Giants on Friday.The Bears rested all of their starters on offense and defense, leaving their second- and third-team units to try and lead their team to victory at MetLife Stadium. New York—who only willingly benched two of their starters: Saquon Barkley and Evan Engram—predictably had their way with Chicago’s backups early on. Even when the Giants led their backups onto the field, the Bears had still trouble stopping them, falling short in a 32-13 defeat.Though the Bears struggled on both sides of the ball, there were still some positive anecdotes to take away from this week’s preseason game. Here are some notes on how their backups fared last night.OffenseAs one would expect, the Bears had issues marching the ball down the field against the Giants’ starting defense.The likes of Dalvin Tomlinson and Dexter Lawrence made the jobs of Chicago’s second-team offensive line difficult early in the game. The Bears were unable to ignite a spark in the running game from the get-go, but they even struggled against New York’s backups. Chicago ran for just 34 yards on 20 attempts, with 23 of them coming from Ryan Nall on seven carries. Kerrith Whyte Jr. was able to pick up the team’s only touchdown on a one-yard touchdown to The poor offensive line play hindered both quarterbacks, too. Chase Daniel was sacked three times, though he was mostly at fault for the bobbled snap that ended up in a safety. He completed 12 of his 18 passes for a 66.7 completion percentage, but he ended up with just 103 yards, he struggled mightily in terms of pocket presence, and he failed to extend plays after his offensive line collapsed. Tyler Bray didn’t do much better, if he even did better at all. He overthrew a handful of passes, including a would-be touchdown to Marvin Hall. He finished the night 6-for-13 with 53 yards.Even though the quarterbacks struggled, the Bears’ wide receivers put together decent nights. Javon Wims led the team in both receptions and receiving yards with five and 64, respectively. Building upon his stellar training camp, the 2018 seventh-round pick looked the part of a player more than able to step up in Allen Robinson’s ‘X’ receiver role and succeed in the offense. Riley Ridley only had three catches for 19 yards, but he looked fluid as a route runner and showcased the natural athleticism that was apparent in camp and college. He and Wims will be competing for snaps in the regular season, but both could be in store for bigger roles down the line.Tanner Gentry also showed up, securing three catches for 31 yards, including one 18-yard play. Taquan Mizzell , on the other hand, had an underwhelming night, finishing with four carries totaling in a loss of a yard. He also fumbled the ball twice and failed to catch a pass. With he and Gentry being two players realistically trying to catch onto the practice squad, one of them was able to put together a better outing than the other.DefenseThe Bears were plagued with tackling issues through last night’s game, but not all was terrible with their defensive performance.Clifton Duck made the play of the night, intercepting an Alex Tanney pass in the end zone for a 62-yard return. The undrafted rookie cornerback read the flat perfectly and jumped the route to make a big play: the sign of a legitimate NFL defensive back. Even if Duck doesn’t make the 53-man roster, plays like those—along with the numerous plays he made in training camp—will presumably open up a slot for him on the practice squad.James Vaughters made the other notable defensive play: a strip sack on the Giants’ first-round quarterback, Daniel Jones. Though New York’s tight end pulled off an effective chip block, the right tackle moved outside and behind the right end instead of inside, where the opening was. This allowed Vaughters to zero in on Jones, and he swatted the ball out of the rookie’s hands before he could get the ball away, showing off good bend off the edge while doing so. With the nonexistence of a pass-rushing attack off the edge that the Bears have had in the preseason—save for Isaiah Irving’s sack last night—more plays like that could help Vaughters stand out in an otherwise lackluster group of backup edge rushers.Though Duke Shelley failed to tackle Bennie Fowler on New York’s opening touchdown, he had a solid day in coverage. He showed good athleticism coming out of his breaks, as well as fluid hips and good general situational awareness. The Kansas State product’s performance last night mirrored both the strengths and weaknesses that he had coming out of college.Nick Kwiatkoski, Joel Iyiegbuniwe, and Josh Woods combined for 23 tackles, but all three inside linebackers had somewhat disappointing games. Iyiegbuniwe didn’t look as strong as one would expect a player of his frame to be, Kwiatkoski looked slow in space, and Woods’ play was generally uninspiring. With the amount of running lanes that the Bears’ defensive line failed to plug up, their linebackers also tended to struggle with stopping a Giants rushing attack that picked up 161 yards.Special teamsKickers!Eddy Pineiro and Elliott Fry both had a few opportunities to stake their claim to the 53-man roster, each kicking twice—Pineiro had two field goals and Fry a field goal and an extra point. Fry was given the first kickoff attempt of the night, placing it near the front of the end zone. He hit his lone extra point attempt for the game , but he missed wide left on a 47-yard field goal. Though the kick had enough distance, his delivery sent it outside of the goal posts. Pineiro, on the other hand, hit both of his field goal attempts: a 41-yarder and a 27-yarder, respectively. After Fry hit both a field goal and an extra point last week against the Panthers—in which game Pineiro missed a 48-yard field goal—the former Florida kicker needed a chance to rebound, and he did so this week.The kicking competition remains wide open, though Pineiro’s leg strength may give him the advantage in terms of upside. With neither kicker running away with the competition, the next two games will be crucial for either of them to prove themselves worthy of a roster spot. LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP)Cornerback Prince Amukamara appreciated the give and take with new Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy at Tuesday’s practice.For the defense, as non-contact organized team activities began there was a lot of taking – and then they really gave it to Nagy and his fledgling offense.”He’s an offensive coach and last year coach (John) Fox, I couldn’t really talk stuff to because he’s a defensive coach,” Amukamara said. ”And it’s like Nagy’s offense, so if I get a pick or something … I like to talk stuff to him.”The idea for the defense since offseason started was maintaining continuity with players and with coaches, even while the head coach had changed.The addition of a few new pieces hasn’t hurt, and now defensive players believe they have what’s needed to improve on last year when they ranked 10th overall.And Nagy is also a believer, even if he and offensive players are getting kidded at practice from Amukamara or defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.”Right now there’s a trust from one another because they’ve been together,” Nagy said. ”There’s that experience factor, which is good. And they believe what they’ve got going on with Vic’s system.”When you have that, that’s always good. So they just kind of want to grow from any mistakes they made last year, different areas of the game they can improve on, and that’s what they’re doing right now.”Linebacker Danny Trevathan pointed to the retention of Fangio as a key. Fangio re-signed after his bid to become head coach was denied following Fox’s firing.”I was excited to have Vic back,” Trevathan said. ”I was kind of nervous about him leaving. I feel like I really wanted him back.”He’s one of our leaders and he’s one of the guys we can go to for calls and advice on things.”Keeping the entire starting secondary together was also important. The Bears could have lost starting cornerback Kyle Fuller or his good friend Amukamara as free agents Chicago Bears Customized Jerseys , but retained both.Amukamara pointed to Seattle’s ability to keep Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor together as an example of what familiarity can do for a secondary.”So when you have that continuity and the language stays the same, meaning the plays, it just becomes second nature,” Amukamara said. ”Guys play faster. Guys know what to expect.”They know how teams are going to attack them and all that is a recipe for success.”Although intact, the Bears secondary has problems to correct. They’ve made a franchise record low of eight interceptions each of the last three seasons.”I think personally on the back end it’s our job to take the ball away,” Amukamara said.”I think we had our opportunities last year and just needed to capitalize on them.”And I would say that for the most part, just taking the ball away, I think we did a great job last year. I think we were (third) at forcing fumbles and recovering them. So I think this year, just catching them, intercepting it.”One change the defense did make is drafting inside linebacker Roquan Smith in the first round to challenge Trevathan and Nick Kwiatkoski for playing time.Trevathan realizes Smith threatens his job security, but also thinks the extra speed and depth is something the defense lacked..”We got the right guy to fit our defense,” Trevathan said. ”He’s working his tail off and he fits in with our linebacker group.”Nagy appreciated Smith’s quickness defending one pass play on the outside.A forced turnover a few minutes later had the defense chortling, while Nagy had to address his offense.”We like that because that’s the kind of defense we are,” Trevathan said. ”We’re going to be in your face making plays, but at the same time we’re having fun and we’re all getting better at the same time.”NOTES: Outside linebacker Aaron Lynch returned to practice after suffering an ankle injury at the April 17-19 minicamp. . After offseason surgery, right guard Kyle Long was able to participate in the offense’s installation, but did not take part in scrimmage. Nagy said it’s likely Long will stay at right guard. Last year some thought had been given to playing Long at left guard. … Wide receiver Allen Robinson is still sidelined while rehabbing a torn ACL. Nagy called Robinson ”ahead of the game” with his recovery.—

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