9. What will the Chicago Bears Running back timeshare look like?
The Chicago Bears running back timeshare did not work in week one. You can say that the Bears' interior offensive line was the reason, but at the same time, the running back timeshare did not have enough flow and rhythm. They tried to mix in all three and even tried to get some pony action going with Khalil Herbert in the backfield and D'onta Foreman as a slot in motion at the snap. It was a small glimpse but did not offer much. Does the team abandon it or build off of it?
Will they get Roschon Johnson into the mix earlier? It looks like he already won the third-down running back job, but should he get more first-down carries? At the least, he can fight off tackles and fall forward for an extra yard or two better than Khalil Herbert, who is more prone to kick runs to the outside.
The Packers' defensive line is strong, but the Bucs' group is not much weaker. Vita Vea will be ready to stuff the run up front. Can they get any run game going, and if so, which of these backs get going? Is there any change in how they handled the backs in week one?