What the Chicago Bears’ Offense Needs Is (an) Execution

Posted: 1st November 2009 by Gene Chamberlain in NFL
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The Bears thought they had their bye week prior to facing Atlanta. Instead, like anyone else who plays the Cleveland Browns this year, the Bears have two byes. And AFC North teams have three byes. The NFL is full of bad teams this year, and then there are the Browns. They are in a class by themselves. They were so bad Sunday that theyáfrustrated running back Jamal Lewisáinto sayingáafter the game he plans to retire. They might be the worst team of all time. Several longtime NFL writers in the press box Sunday at Soldier Field agreed the Browns are worse than the 0-16 Detroit Lions were last year. They might have a win, but that's a mere technicality. For this reason, it's difficult for the Bears to approach Sunday's 30-6 victory with the type of unbridled optimism a victory of this marg ...

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