Top 5 Reasons Why The Bears Will Miss the Playoffs

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How well will Jay Cutler adapt to Mike Martz's offense?

2. New Offense for the QB (& O-line)

The biggest question for Jay Cutler is: will he continue to force the ball when he’s hung on to the ball too long. The key issue I see with the offense is that All of the Bears receivers haven’t proven that they can get off a CB’s bump off the line. So, what happens when the pre-snap read gets blown up by a CB who sneaks in late and forechecks the receiver? Will Jay force the ball and try to make his young receivers “make a play” and risk the interception? Honestly, how does he turn off what has been his instinct and style? If the receivers falter, how does Cutler keep his team in the game by NOT turning the ball over?

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  • Windy Cynic

    Out of the park City, nice…..

    Wish it wasn’t true, but sometimes an apple has to be labled an apple.

  • City

    Thanks Windy! I am absolutely hoping that I’m wrong.

    And every year seems to have its surprise teams (Both good and bad). My suspect teams (that could be over-rated right now and falter through the season) are: the Giants, Vikings, Jets, and even the Patriots may not end up as daunting as we think right now. Having said that the Redskins, Carolina and Miami make me nervous as potentially better than we think they are right now. But man, this is a tough year to draw the AFC East.