With their three main pass receivers standing 6-3 and up, the Bears pose significant matchup problems for opposing secondaries.
One simple fact going against the Atlanta Falcons is that quarterback Matt Ryan, regardless of another simple fact, that the Falcons have an offensive line in shambles, borders on untouchable.
The Bears continued their quest for help on defense and special teams, moving cornerback Al Louis-Jean from the practice squad to the 53-man roster and waiving defensive end David Bass and cornerb
The very good news for the Chicago offense is that it is getting Brandon Marshall back after several weeks of diminished receiving capacity.
The consequences of injuries on the Bears’ offensive line have not been dire but they have been apparent.