Bears Have Offensive Firepower to Light Up the NFL in 2016

June 15, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There may not be a team in the National Football League facing more questions on offense than the Chicago Bears.
Top wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is coming back from an injury-plagued disappointment of a 2015 season. Ditto for No. 2 wideout Kevin White, who didn't play a snap as a rookie.
Tight end Zach Miller and running back Jeremy Langford have the tall task of replacing productive veterans. There's a new offensive coordinator in Dowell Loggains.
Oh, and Jay Cutler.
For all those questions, however, there is also something else. There's hope and potential.
The potential for the Chicago offense to light up the league in 2016.
For all the problems the Bears had during a 6-10 first season for head coach John Fox, the offense was something of a bright spot. A ranking of 21st in the NFL might not bear that out (so to speak) at first glance, but given the injuries that ravaged the skill positions, it could be argued that ranking was a coup for offensive coord...

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