Lovie Smith and Co. look to bounce back against the lowly Cleveland Browns. If the Bears' offensive line isnÆt going to get the job done, then the rest of the offense needs to figure out ways to be productive without their help. It wonÆt be easy, but the most common way to avoid the rush and create opportunities is to utilize the ôWest Coastö style of offense: short passes to the backs and receivers for five and six-yard gains. Without the line, the running game will continue to suffer. Perhaps Ron Turner, the Bears' offensive coordinator, can cook up some misdirection plays to help create opportunities for Matt Forte. Otherwise Forte will have defenders in his face in the backfield per the trend thus far this season.á Keep an eye on Shaun RogersùheÆs a big nose tackle whoÆs given ...
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