Daily Archives: October 10, 2015

Chiefs Tight Ends Are Dangerous but the Key to the Game is Still the Offensive Line

Steve Rosenbloom at the Chicago Tribune previews the Bears game against the Chiefs: “Tight end Travis Kelce has 21 catches for 293 yards and two TDs in the first four games. He also leads NFL tight ends in yards after … Continue reading

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Signs that the Bears are Developing Along the Offensive Line are Encouraging

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune thinks that history should provide a lesson for Bears general manager Ryan Pace: “It’s easy to point to busted draft picks and say that is why [former Bears general manager Jerry] Angelo was dumped … Continue reading

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Offensive Coaching a True Collaborative Effort

Rich Campbell at the Chicago Tribune obliterates some of my pre-conceptions about game planning: “As is common throughout the league, game-planning duties are spread among the Bears’ offensive assistants as a starting point for meetings on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday … Continue reading

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