Strikeouts are at an all-time high, and only 22 hitters are batting over .300.
There are no longer defenses that compare with the 1985 Bears.
The Bears will need a physical approach and a well-tuned strategy to defeat the New Orleans Saints this Sunday, says analyst Tom Thayer.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said Thursday that the team’s offense last year was so poor that he doesn’t know how they won games, and the offense absolutely must carry its weight this year.
Let me first say that I’m against the Thursday Night Game. I think it’s unfair to players. Usually guys don’t start feeling normal again until Wednesday.
It might be week 10 but the Bears offense is finally starting to come together. They’ve shown a much more balanced attack, and Jay Cutler has been ad-libbing a bit more, bringing a new element to Mike Martz’s scheme. CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports.
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