Key aspects of fake went as planned Mayer: Even though Johnny Knox's 89-yard punt return TD was nullified by a holding penalty, it's hard to imagine a trick play ever being designed or executed any better. Thayer and Mayer: Series of Concern
Mullin: Great QBs make everyone on field a 'weapon' John Mullin says having a bunch of elite wide receivers would be nice to have, but a great quarterback will make all his offensive targets dangerous weapons throughout the course of a season.
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Bears struggling with returning kickoffs Abundance of touchbacks has hurt them more than any other team.
Why is Jay Cutler getting worse? Potash: It’s becoming one of the great mysteries of Chicago sports: Why is Jay Cutler getting worse when he’s supposed to be getting better?
Four Downs: Seen enough of Roy? Bears 'Fact or Fiction' with the ESPN crew.
Troy Aikman: Lack of audibles isn't what ails Bears offense Biggs: Analyst says that would be 'gross miscalculation'.
Forte's agent, Bears at 'philosophical crossroads' Parr: Forté has accounted for 44 percent of the Bears' yardage in the first three games, and he wants a substantial raise from the Bears.
Anatomy of a Drive: Cutler Falls Short Hendricks: A closer look at a drive that encapsulated the Bears offensive problems.
Out of control Isaacson: Bears' lack of possession game is putting too much stress on their defense.
Packers' Morgan Burnett is type of safety Bears need Trowbridge: Before the Packers beat the Bears on the field, they beat them in the draft. Question marks still surround offensive line
Streaking and Slumping: Week 3 Michael C. Wright looks at which Bears are Streaking and Slumping.
General manager Jerry Angelo needs to take accountability Wilbon: The Bears have regressed after Jerry Angelo's inability to improve line or receiving corps.
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