Courtesy of Bears writer Adam Jahns and the folks at STATS:
This is where the particular Bears and Green Bay Packers are very similar.
Each teams have shown over the first half the 2013 season that their own offenses are capable of explosive plays.
For the Bears, it’s an excellent indicator of the good things at work under coach Marc Trestman after all the particular changes implemented, personnel-wise and scheme-wise.
Here’s a breakdown associated with teams’ plays of 20+ back yards:
This is where the Bears and Packer go their own ways.
The Packers’ defense is among the greatest in the league when it comes to preventing their own opponents from breaking big performs.
The Bears? Not so much.
One similarity between the Bears and Green Bay Packers is that they rank among the league’s best when it comes to setting up points. And with that comes explosiveness.
Both teams have had big plays on the ground, but the Bears have broken off longer operates with running back Matt Specialty. The Packers’ receivers, though, do a lot more damage after the catch.
Here’s a look at that explosiveness: