Safety Eddie Jackson has really made a name for himself and is becoming one of the best defensive players around the NFL.
The last play Jackson made for the Bears last season was an interception that broke Aaron Rodgers record of 402 straight pass attempts without an interception.
Not only does Jackson want to pick off Rodgers again, but this year he wants a pick six.
“I don't really think about it anymore,” Jackson said. “When it happened, I thought about it, ending his streak. I feel like I need a few more. That's the goal, to get a few more off him, at least get a touchdown. That's the goal.”
Much like Mitch Trubisky, the Bears defense is zoned in on their Week 1 matchup against the Green Bay Packers.
“We are real anxious right now,” Jackson said. “We want to play so bad. Just sitting out for preseason is just getting us. You know you’ve got that feeling in your stomach and want to get back to it. So we are definitely all in."
When asked about his interception against Aaron Rodgers last year, Eddie Jackson said: "I feel like I need a few more. That's the goal, to get a few more off him, at least get a touchdown.” On the Bears' hunt for takeaways again this year:https://t.co/KIwuFZghLn
— Colleen Kane (@ChiTribKane) August 28, 2019