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Most-likely to Earn All-Pro Honors: Bears Offensive Edition

Yesterday, we looked at three defensive players who could possibly earn All-Pro honors in 2011, and today, we'll consider players from the offensive side of the ball.

As a reminder, in 2010, Julius Peppers and Devin Hester made the NFL's first team, and Brian Urlacher and Chris Harris earned second team honors.

For today's exercise, we'll take one lineman and two skill-positions who could show up on the NFL's 2011 radar.

Gabe Carimi: When the Bears were on the clock in the first round of this year's Draft, the selection of Carimi was a no-brainer. Expected to make an immediate impact, the rookie could lower Jay Cutler's sack total dramatically from his 52 a year ago.

Jay Cutler: Speaking of the QB, a second year in Mike Martz's offensive system, an upgrade on the OL, and an anticipated free agency addition to the WR corp, and Cutler could finally break into the upper-echelon of NFL QBs.

Matt Forte: Some say the versatile RB is underrated, as his statistics don't place him among the league's best. As much of a receiving threat as a runner, Forte could be poised to finally earn some extra respect in NFL circles.

So, of the players listed, what do you think?