1) No Pot Of Gold For The Dwayne-Bowe
Horrible joke aside, Dwayne Bowe remains the key playmaker for the Chiefs' offense with the injuries to rising-fast-running-back Jamaal Charles and starting quarterback Matt Cassel. Bowe's 14.9 YPC ranks highest on the team, and his 55 receptions are 12 more than the next-highest receiver (Steve Breaston) and 23 more than the next (32, Dexter McCluster). He remains a solid target despite the atrocity of quarterbacking displayed by Tyler Palko, and Charles Tillman will have his hands full.
2) Force Palko into Bad Decisions with Pressure
The line finally showed some damn signs of life, and for a quarterback who's thrown six interceptions to zero touchdowns, pressure isn't a welcome thing. So don't make it easy for him. Either get in his face and force a bad throw (like he needs much forcing) or add to his four sacks taken (and 26 team sacks allowed). Who knows, Palko may not last deep into the game if he struggles.
3) Stop The Run and Force Palko or Orton to Win
The Chiefs have 341 passing attempts (and 26 sacks) on the season compared to 330 rushing attempts. In the last two games, the Chiefs has 28 passing attempts and 34 rushing attempts against Pittsburgh and 37 passing attempts to 27 rushing attempts against New England. That doesn't seem like much of anything - in fact, it might contradict the key. However, in those games combined Tyler Palko is 42 for 65 for 64%, but for only 397 yards and six interceptions and his longest pass is 28 yards. And Orton's only had a week of practice. Look for the Bears to load the box and make whoever's at quarterback make some plays.