A lot of frustration and gnashing of teeth about the Vikings performance against the Bears on Sunday at Soldier Field, and for good reason. Much of that seemed to center around Kirk Cousins’ performance.
But, rather than present a viewpoint or analysis, I simply include the eleven and a half minute unedited coaches game film of each of Kirk Cousins’ 36 pass attempts, which include two angles of each play.
Sadly Soldier Field coaches film is from about the worst vantage point of any stadium in the NFL, but it’s still good enough to see the play unfold, receivers, and up front pressure from the end zone angle.
Could he have done better? Did he miss throws that were there? Was it not as bad as some make it out to be? Was he the main reason behind the Vikings loss?
You be the judge.