The Bears got a small taste of what the defense can look like with Robert Quinn Sunday, and coaches and teammates alike are excited.
The team signed the two-time Pro Bowl outside linebacker in the offseason, but an ankle injury kept Quinn out of the season opener against the Detroit Lions and was questionable for Sunday’s matchup against the New York Giants.
Quinn made an immediate impact in his Chicago debut.
“The first play, he goes out there and he gets that strip/sack,” said coach Matt Nagy. “That’s what he’s been doing in camp when he’s out there. He’s got really long arms, and he cuts that leverage down. He’s got that bend going around [the edge]. He stays so low. It’s hard for tackles [to stop], and then he has some counter moves off of that.”
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