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Cutler’s Last Stand?

The Chicago Bears are once again under new management and facing the same old problem: How to get consistently high level production out of Jay Cutler, a quarterback whose talent is obvious but buried under periods of incomprehensible performance. Cutler has the physical tools but too often went freelance, changing plays and not doing a great job of it. John Fox runs a tight ship, predicated on running the ball and passing intelligently. He won’t hesitate to dump Cutler when the big contract hit runs out. Read more...


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The Offense

Offensive Coordinator Adam Gase like to run the ball behind a zone blocking scheme, which generally gives one cut runners success and quarterbacks just a split second longer to read defenses. Matt Forte should do well in this system. Forte is still in good condition and works well in the passing game. He is not however, a pounding back that can dish out punishment. Jeremy Langford, taken in the 4th round, possesses excellent speed and should be a solid backup if he picks up the system.

Chicago used their top pick to replace Brandon Marshall with Kevin White, a big receiver out of West Virginia that will pair up nicely with Alshon Jeffery. Jeffery is not a true #1 receiver though and there will be some adjustment necessary. Eddie Royal comes in with veteran experience and a talent for working the middle. At Tight End, Martellus Bennett should thrive again after completing a 90 reception season in 2014.

The Defense

Rebuilding the line begins with Florida State’s Eddie Goldman, a big, really big, lineman who will fill the interior gaps. Ray McDonald is a good addition if he keeps his nose clean and Jarvis Jenkins is a good end in a 3-4 alignment. The 3-4 requires an effective OLB and the Bears traded with Baltimore for Pernell McPhee, a very promising guy who racked up his share of sacks despite limited playing time. Somehow, Vic Fangio will have to make Jared Allen work in this system but Willi Young may be a better bet for the long haul.

At safety, bringing in Antrel Rolle to pair with Ryan Mundy give the Chicago Bears a very solid middle secondary. The corner positions are dubious though, as neither Alan Ball nor Tim Jennings is a proven one on one cover guy.

The Gut Check

There are too many ifs here to bank on the Chicago Bears as a playoff team. John Fox can build a winner, he just may not the right players yet. Jay Cutler is in a do or die situation here. If he can’t do, he’ll be ousted ASAP. Expect the Bears to struggle early and spend their 2015 season chasing the Packers and Vikings.


2015 Bears Tickets You Gotta Have
In the NFC North the Packers and Vikings have gotten most of the headlines. That’s fine with the 2015 Chicago Bears because they’ve got a surprise waiting in Soldier Field. Expect fireworks when Green Bay and Minnesota come to Chicago. The Bears will also welcome the Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots, and the fast rising New York jets to Soldier Field. This could be the do or die year for Lovie Smith. Bears tickets will reflect his determination to get it done and make Chicago the toast of the NFC North.
Chicago Bears Tickets – The Bears Reload

Bears tickets were a bit of a disappointment in 2009 but things are looking better in 2010. After missing the NFL playoffs again the Chicago Bears decided that they had to get better talent and get it quick. Lacking draft picks they opted for the free agent market and Chicago showed they were serious about winning. Their biggest pickup came with the signing of DE Julius Peppers the Pro Bowler out of Carolina. The running back position got a boost via Chester Taylor and Jay Cutler got a new target in Tight End Brandon Manumaleuna. The cherry on top is bringing aboard new Offensive Coordinator Mike Martz and his razzle dazzle offense, along with Defensive Coordinator Rod Marinelli. Expect to see a different Chicago Bears team on the field in 2010 and expect to see Chicago Bears tickets pay off in a big way.

2010 Chicago Bears Tickets – The Offense

Jay Cutler came on board last season and immediately disappointed. While possessing enough talent to be a solid NFL quarterback, Cutler never seemed to rise to the occasion in important games. Mike Martz is high on Cutler though, pointing out his strong arm, good mobility, and his accuracy. The Bears are betting that the new offense, coupled with better talent around him, will make Cutler shine. Chicago hopes to lower the pressure on Cutler by giving him the 1-2 punch of Taylor and Matt Forte, both of whom can pound the ball or be effective in the passing game. The Bears new passing game should blossom with Devin Hester and Devin Aromashodu, along with Johnny Knox reaping the rewards of a Mike Martz pass happy scheme, while new Tight End Manumaleuna can both block and be an effective short yardage target. While Bears ticket holders are used to good defense, they should be quite happy with the dynamic new offense Martz has planned.

2010 Chicago Bears Tickets – the Defense

In his first season as a Defensive Coordinator Rod Marinelli has the luxury of Julius Peppers. The Pro Bowl DE will line up on either side, causing headaches for play callers on the other sidelines, and hopefully create opportunities for MLB Brian Urlacher to wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks. Defensive Tackle Tommie Harris has been plagued with injury but enters the 2010 season healthy for the first time in years. Ditto Urlacher, the six time Pro Bowl linebacker. Combined with lance Briggs the Chicago Bears could once again be building a legendary set of linebackers. There are some questions at safety and Marinelli will have to find a pair of reliable cornerbacks, but with the foundation of a very good defensive line the Bears should get back to being the dominant defensive team their fans demand.

 

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