Chicago Bears: 5 Miami Dolphins who could do damage in Week 6

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Chicago Bears Reshad Jones
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Safety Reshad Jones

While the Bears have a strong, young safety tandem themselves, the Dolphins boast one of the league’s best in Reshad JonesPro Football Focus would tell you he hasn’t had the best season thus far, but there are still some things to look out for when Trubisky drops back to pass.

First, the bad.

Jones, like another guy we’ll get to later, is much worse when it comes to tackling than he is at going after the ball. Maybe that’s the definition of this Dolphins secondary, who leads the league in picks.

His tackling grade is an abysmal 36.9, again per PFF. So, this is something the Bears can take advantage of. Getting guys the ball in the open field is a recipe for success against Jones and his crew. He simply isn’t an elite tackler, there’s not a whole lot else to say about that.

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But, if Trubisky makes an errant throw in his direction, Jones will likely come away with it. He already has a pair of interceptions over the course of this young season, as well as two pass-breakups.

In short, he is a ball hawk — almost like an Eddie Jackson, but Jackson has been much better all-around in 2018.