Chicago Bears Running Back Tales: Who Will Make the Depth Chart?

July 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On September 5, 2010, the Chicago Bears' 80-man roster space will be cut down to a 53-man roster.
Alas, their six halfbacks will be cut down to a maximum of four. Who will make the final roster? And who will be running plays for the practice squad?
Now, we all know how much passing Martz does, so there's a good chance that the Bears will have three halfbacks instead of the four they had last year. But we all know how much Lovie loves running, so there's also a good chance there will be four half backs.
We'll just say hypothetically that there are going to be four half backs. So, I'll analyse each one, then predict their order on the depth chart.
Matt Forte had a dominating in 2008, but underwhelming 2009- rushing for only 929 yards while fumbling six times. Fumbling was unusual for Forte, having fumbled only once his rookie season. Shouldn't he fumble less as he gets more experience? I don't know.

But, when Forte's not fumbling, he's...

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