Draft Dr. Phil’s Doctor’s Office: Kyle Fuller, The Fullback & More

Draft Dr. Phil’s Doctor’s Office: Kyle Fuller, The Fullback & More

Bears Barroom’s Chief Football Analyst, Draft Dr. Phil Ottochian, offers up a Twitter feed filled with tape review. I went back and pulled several from the last month of the season.

Let’s begin with Phil’s feelings on Chicago Bears free agent corner back Kyle Fuller.

Last season Phil warned Ryan Pace to not allow home-grown talent like Alshon Jeffery leave via free-agency a year ago. He’s issuing the same warning this year with Fuller.

All year long the Doctor prescribed laying off of fullback Michael Burton’s nauseating play.

The frustration with Burton’s indecisiveness was amplified when noting he was making training camp mistakes in week 17.

But, even when Phil pointed out the misdeeds of Burton he could also see the good deeds of others.

One of the other players the doctor has been, deservedly, tough on his right tackle Bobby Massie. What’s frustrating is that the player has the athleticism to play the position well, but sometimes not the mental will to excel. That lack of will is demonstrated here with a lack of effort.

If you’ve seen your doctor regularly you know that he’s repeatedly recommended strong dosages of Adrian Amos, even when many in the Chicago sports media derided his play. Many in the media made a mountain out of a molehill by complaining about Amos’ lack of turnovers. And, yes, while you’d like to see your safety have a high turnover rate, Draft Dr. Phil has continually advised that Amos brought outstanding qualities to his play.

All year long Draft Dr. Phil has examined the play of Mitch Trubisky and the results have been positive.

Let the doctor and me know on Twitter if you’d like to see us compile more of these tweets.

Draft Dr. Phil Ottochian – @FulphilO
Aldo – @BearsBarroom

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Among my career highlights I have produced two films while in high school that received nationwide attention; leaned out of a helicopter over the Gulf of Suez at the age of 20 to shoot movies of oil rigs; won an Emmy award for a sports special and another for a kid's fitness show; and led a team of very talented creative professionals to produce break-through corporate communications.