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In Lester’s latest T Formation Conversation podcast, he discusses how the Chicago Bears’ offense might line up until a few play-makers emerge. He also talks about the defenders he’s excited to see.

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A quick glance over the Chicago Bears’ roster and the defensive side of the ball looks to have a few upgrades from the group that finished the 2016 season. The added talent will also help bolster the depth so hopefully this team can withstand injuries better than last year.

On offense, this team has just as many question marks as ever, but the one constant should be the running game behind second year pro, Jordan Howard and a solid offensive line. I’m curious to see how offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains moves his players around the formation to get favorable match-ups.

In my latest T Formation Conversation podcast (Subscribe now on iTunes!), I discuss how the Chicago Bears’ offense might line up until a few play-makers emerge. The weakness of the offense appears to be the wide out position, so creatively utilizing the running backs and tight ends will be important for Loggains.

  • I also talk about some of the defensive players I’m excited to see develop this season.
  • I look back on the starting secondary from a year ago to see just how big an upgrade they made.
  • The quarterback situation warranted a bit of air time as well.

How do you guys think the Bears will deploy the talent on their offense?

Which defenders are you most excited to see ply this season?

Sound off in the comment section!

Here’s another quick audio hit for you guys.

Yesterday I was on 2nd City Sports from Chicagoland Sports Radio, and you can give my segment a listen in the tweet below.