Check out Tyson Bagent’s film review from Chase Daniel originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
Former Chicago Bears quarterback, Chase Daniel, has shared his comprehensive film breakdown for Bears quarterbacks. This time, he provides an in-depth analysis of Tyson Bagent, an undrafted rookie from Division II who stepped in for Justin Fields last Sunday.
Take a look at the review.
Daniel commends Bagent’s performance right from the beginning of the video.
“Bagent had a clear and composed game. No mistakes. Not a single one,” Daniel praises Bagent.
From Daniel’s film breakdown, it is evident that Bagent possesses exceptional mechanics for his level and showcases patience when faced with a collapsing pocket. There is a noticeable absence of panic in Bagent’s gameplay.
Additionally, Daniel highlights Bagent’s development. He identifies aspects of Bagent’s performance that indicate solid coaching behind the scenes. This raises the question: Where is similar coaching for Fields?
Upon closer examination of the film, Bagent’s advanced reading abilities and footwork become apparent. He consistently maintains a strong foundation, adjusts his arm angle for optimized throws, and demonstrates high football intelligence and pocket awareness.
Many of Bagent’s completions may not seem flashy, but they are precise. He consistently makes the correct reads and avoids trying to do too much, allowing his playmakers to shine.
Bagent makes the Bears’ offense appear incredibly streamlined, something Justin Fields has yet to master. While the team often tries to execute complex plays for Fields, incorporating elements of Bagent’s approach into Fields’ game plan could be beneficial.
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