NFL offenses are in a state of constant overdrive.
Scheming ever-more complicated attacks can be addictive, and the cycle feeds on itself.
There is more info than ever for quarterbacks to absorb.
The Chicago Bears have three new QBs on their roster — Mitchell Trubisky, Mike Glennon and Mark Sanchez (remember him?).
Three new quarterbacks means practice reps become even more invaluable.
Not all three will be able to take snaps with the starters so they need to find other ways to develop.
The Bears are expediting the learning process by using virtual reality.
A player can put on a headset and instantly have a 360-degree view of the field.
They can learn to break down different coverages and blitzes without having to put on a helmet.
Why don’t they skip actually playing the game, thus saving brains and ACLs, and simply play Madden NFL 18?