For the third straight day, Jets quarterbacks Teddy Bridgewater and Josh McCown split the reps evenly in 11-on-11 and seven-on-seven play, and, on the first day of hitting, both quarterbacks started slowly. Both got better later. Unofficially, McCown was 7-for-12, with two touchdown passes and one “sack’’ in 11-on-11 action. He had one throwaway. He was 6-for-6 in seven-on-sevens. Bridgewater was awful in seven-on-sevens—1-for-4 with a pick-six by cornerback Derrick Jones. But Bridgewater was better in the 11-on-11s, going 13-for-18 (one throwaway) with two TDs, including the play of the day on the final play of practice, when he threw a ball to the back corner of the end zone and it was grabbed by a diving Tre McBride, who had a man on him.
Darnold continues to be a no-show at camp which leaves all the work for Bridgewater and McCown. Of course, Bridgewater is coming off a major knee injury and McCown is 39. The holdup for Darnold is apparently "offset" language in his contract.
CHI WR Tre McBride - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 10 vs Green Bay Packers
Tre McBride led the Bears in yards (92) the last time Chicago took the field, and he did it on just 3 catches. McBride has big-play potential if the Bears ever decide to throw the ball, but as of now, there aren't many Bears receivers making plays. It's best to just ignore Chicago wideouts.