Chicago Bears Offense Needs to Max-Out at Minicamp

May 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Friday, on the first day of minicamp, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler took a realistic approach toward how long it will take to get the new offense of coordinator Mike Martz down.
“Into training camp,” Cutler said. “That’s the game plan. We’ve got a lot of time. But we’ve got to keep putting a lot of pressure on myself and the rest of the guys to learn as much as possible as quickly as possible, but be able to retain all the information throughout the year."
“That’s going to be the hard part.”
The perceived problems with taking on a high-risk, high-reward offense were very apparent on the first day of non-contact practices at Halas Hall.
Getting the seven-step pass drops blocked properly wasn’t always easy. In fact, left tackle Chris Williams had trouble at times blocking new defensive end Julius Peppers, who moved from right end to left end and then back to right end.
Once Peppers knocked the ...

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