Chicago Bears Bear Down For 2010 or “Lovie’s Last Chance”

June 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It is a make or break year for the Bears and their leader, Lovie Smith.  His success has been very limited since his decision to get rid of Ron Rivera. With all of the high profile signings lately, should he fail, Smith will be looking at the unemployment line from the wrong vantage point.
They have too many good players to mire in mediocrity. With all the pieces seemingly in place, no one can blame anyone but Lovie if they miss the playoffs again.
So what can we expect from Lovie's Bears this year?
They have a difficult 2010 schedule. They play Dallas, Minnesota (x2), Green Bay (x2), the Jets, Giants, Patriots, and the Dolphins. The additions of Mike Martz and Julius Peppers will greatly help the team along this difficult road and play a major factor into the Bears' success this season.
Offense :
Last year the Bears relied on the strong armed gunslinger QB, Jay Cutler, to lead an inexperienced and very rough corps of wide receivers. Cutler played behind o...

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