I wish I could get a little more worked up about the changes in the NFL kickoff rule in the way Bears management has been. As much as anyone I get excited over the prospect of Devin Hester launching a lengthy return.
There is very little argument against the fact that Jerry Rice is the best receiver to ever play in the NFL. So when Rice decides to dish out some knowledge people take heed, and so should the Chicago Bears.
The 2010 Chicago Bears’ season went better than the early signs indicated. After a bye week that included a refocusing of the offensive attack, the Bears thrived down the stretch and made it to the Conference Championship game.
The Chicago Bears’ offense finally get into rhythm in the fourth quarter when Caleb Hanie entered to the game to replace an injured Jay Cutler and a struggling Todd Collins.
Much like the public opinion of the Chicago Bears has changed over the last 12 months, quarterback Jay Cutler is being looked at much differently as well.
The Chicago Bears’ offense underwent a transformation this season. They went from a pass-heavy to a balanced attacked, and that might be the best fit for the Bears.
One of the biggest matchups in Sunday’s NFC Championship game will be between the Chicago Bears’ offense and the Green Bay Packers’ defense. The winner of that battle might take the game.
At times this season, the Chicago Bears’ offense struggled to run the football, protect Jay Cutler and score in the redzone. But as the season progressed they improved in almost every aspect.
After the first half of the Chicago Bears-Seattle Seahawks game ended, the Bears were looking at a 21-0. It was a first half dominated by the Bears on offense and defense.
The Bears’ offense isn’t the most dynamic and high powered in the NFL, but they do have the ability to create the big play and beat you if you’re out of position.
After losing the Super Bowl in 2006, the Bears selected Greg Olsen with the 31st overall pick in the NFL Draft. While some desire better stats and more blocking because of where he was drafted, his versatility should be the focus.
For part of this season the Bears had a pass-heavy offense. It wasn’t until they switched over to a more balanced attack that the team became a serious title contender.
In week six of this season the Chicago Bears lost to the Seattle Seahawks 23-20 at home. It was a loss that created some panic among Bears fan
Most things this season have gone the way the Bears wanted. But the offensive performance in the regular season finale wasn’t the way a team wants to enter the playoffs.
The Bears’ offense had been on a roll. In six of their last eight games they had scored at least 20 points. But after a poor performance on Sunday, they’re not hanging their heads.
After scoring 78 points in their 2 preceding games the Bears offense went into hibernation up here in Green Bay. The old bug a boos returned as the offense line failed to protect Jay Cutler witness 6 sacks.
It’s hard not to look too far ahead. With the Bears having locked up the two-seed in the NFC, it’s only natural to envision how far the Bears could go.
For most of the Bears’ history, they’ve been a team that has won games with a strong defense and a reliable running game. But we’re slowly seeing the offense being able to lead the way.
Sunday’s win was impressive for several reasons. The most impressive, however, might have been the emergence of a quick-strike offense.
The Bears’ defense has been consistent all season long and they’ve re-established themselves as one of the league’s best. The offense, on the other had, has struggled at times, but also has shown flashes of a high powered offense.