Chicago Bears Weak Offensive Line Holding Team Back
NFL Writer If Saturday night is any indicator of how the season will go for the Chicago Bears, one thing is clear: Jay Cutler had better prepare to run for his life, again.
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#1 Aug 15, 2011
The Bears O-line juggling and inept talent sound like an Abott and Costello Who's on First" routine. They were lousy last year and show no signs of improvement in their first game this year. As usual, the opposing D-team knows exactly what the Bears O-team is going to do the moment the ball is snapped. I don't think the Bears will have to worry about a return to the playoffs in 2012.
#2 Aug 15, 2011
#3 Aug 16, 2011
Great now we can look forward to Cuntler pouting on the field, rubbing vagisil on his owies and the running backs struggling to the line each time they get the ball. The O-line blows. Tice better pull a rabbit out of his hat and hopefully its not a dead one or Cuntler is pregnant
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