The Chicago Bears’ defense did a great job of making the Washington Redskins’ offense look really bad during Monday night’s win on the road.
They had a pick-six, Khalil Mack forced a sweet fumble by Redskins QB Case Keenum, and the group had four sacks which helped the Bears jump out to a 28-0 lead in the first half.
But the most impressive play was turned in by linebacker Danny Trevathan, who made Redskins right guard Brandon Scherff look really silly on this play.
Trevathan stopped his rush and just stood there, then Scherff for some reason looked away, and Trevathan then ran right in and sacked Keenum.
Check this out:
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) September 24, 2019
That is some wild stuff. The ol’ stop and go. Not sure what Scherff was thinking there but I’m sure he won’t like watching the film of this play.
NFL fans were in awe:
He played possum, and then got a QB sack.
I've never seen anything like this. Danny Trevathan pic.twitter.com/XYTC8MFKJn
— Due# (@JDue51) September 24, 2019
Danny Trevathan had one of the greatest fake outs ever last night pic.twitter.com/u22CdAM2Pr
— KY Clips (@KY_Clips) September 24, 2019
— Thomas Gibbons (@ThomasGibbons_3) September 24, 2019
— Greg Cutrone (@gcutrone) September 24, 2019