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Are the handcuffs off the Chicago Bears’ offense?

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In Lester’s latest T Formation Conversation podcast, he takes a look at the gameplan the Bears used on Sunday, and discusses if that’s how they are going to beat the Detroit Lions on Saturday afternoon. 

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That offensive game plan used and executed on Sunday by the Chicago Bears sure seemed a bit different than the crap we’ve seen most of the 2017 season.

Maybe they’re starting to trust rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, which allows them to finally take the handcuffs off.

Then again, maybe the health of the wide receiving corps is allowing them to open things up a bit now.

Or it simply could have been the bad and injured defense of the Bengals that allowed Chicago’s offense to rack up a season high 482 yards and 33 points.

Whatever the reason, John Fox and his Fox-ball wasn’t Foxing up the gameplan on Sunday.

In my latest T Formation Conversation podcast (Subscribe now on iTunes for free), I take a look at the gameplan the Bears used on Sunday, and discuss if that’s how they are going to beat the Detroit Lions on Saturday afternoon.

Make sure you check out Robert’s breakdown of Trubisky’s breakout game right here.