Mike Martz in Chicago: How Will He Change the Bears’ Offense?

July 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Along with the fact that the Los Angeles Clippers will always be terrible and the Northwestern Wildcats will never make a trip to the NCAA tournament, there remains one constant in the world of sports:
The Chicago Bears offense will not be a juggernaut.
Why, even in the 1985 Super Bowl season, there were six offenses better than the Bears.  Of course, their famed 46 defense took on a life of its own, and the Bears coasted to an eventual Super Bowl XX victory.
That offense was good, but the Bears have gone 20 plus years without a dynamic, high-scoring offense.
With a firm belief in a powerful, efficient rushing attack, and stingy defense, the Bears make no secret as to how they want to win football games.
But the 2010 offense has some interesting pieces in place that could make the Bears take to the air—and put points on the board.
It's no secret that Jay Cutler wants to put the ball in the air (hopefully, for Bears fans, it won't go into the arm...

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