Chicago Bears Vs. Dallas Cowboys: The Value Of an Offensive Line

September 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Chicago Bears were able to improve their record to 2-0 with an impressive win over a Dallas Cowboys team that some expected to make it to the Super Bowl this season.
By dropping to 0-2, the Cowboys are proving that a poor preseason might not be able to just magically be fixed with the start of the season, and that maybe if your team doesn't mesh offensively throughout the preseason, there might be some issues with your team.
But this article is about the Bears, because let's be honest, nobody cares about the Dallas Cowboys (learned that one after the Texans signed Matt Leinart).
While the Cowboys learned the value of the preseason, the Bears learned the value of an offensive line and being able to give your quarterback any sort of time to get rid of the ball.
How the Game Happened
The Bears started the game with Jay Cutler getting hit on (as far as I saw) every single play on the first two drives.  They were, however, able to put up three p...

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