Chicago Bears Looking For a Few Soft Spots on Dallas Offensive Line

September 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

LAKE FOREST, IL -- Tony Romo's ability to buy himself time, dance out of trouble, step up into the pocket, and throw passes has made the Dallas Cowboys' QB a threat in the NFL.
The Bears know all about it, and believe they have the correct counter this time to prevent the type of defeat they suffered in 2007 when Romo and the Cowboys embarrassed them 34-10 at Soldier Field.
"He makes a lot of plays with his feet and his arm," nose tackle Anthony Adams said. "He gets outside the pocket, he can make you miss and he’s still looking downfield to buy some time for his wide receivers to make a big play."
When they play again Sunday, the counter the Bears have is defensive end Julius Peppers.
"I think Pep and Tommie (Harris) and those guys are going to get after Romo pretty good," cornerback Charles Tillman said Thursday at Halas Hall. "I think they'll make my job a lot easier."
The Bears' front four put together a somewhat spotty pass rush effort against ...

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