NFL Divisional Round, Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears: My 3 Wishes

January 16, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In a weekend of pedigree matches, this one is the runt of the litter. Seattle, the first side in modern history to win a division with a less than .500 record visit Chicago, the first side to win a division without possessing an offensive line.
If you thought that the Ravens/Steelers game yesterday was a bloody mess of mistakes, just wait until these two sides get going. Anyway, here are three things I'm hoping to see:
Someone in the Bears' Offensive Line Joining the Jay Cutler Fan Club
I know that Cutler is a tough guy to love, but allowing him to be sacked half a dozen times each game is just unacceptable in the professional game. That the Bears have got as far as they have under such circumstances is a testament to the skills of offensive coordinator Mike Martz and his ability to devise plays that allow Cutler to get rid of the ball quickly.
If the Bears can protect Cutler even a little better than they have done this season, it could be the game-clin...

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