The math seems simple enough: Get the ball in Matt Forte’s hands, win a football game.
The matchups look good on paper: Chicago with 6-6 Martellus Bennett, 6-4 Brandon Marshall, 6-3 Alshon Jeffery vs. a Philadelphia secondary that has three 6-footers and a 5-11 safety.
For all of the worries about the run defense, speed of the Philadelphia offense and Lance Briggs’ shoulder, Bears success comes increasingly down to one individual and one element of his game: Jay
When Lance Briggs went down with his fractured shoulder during the Oct. 20 game against the Washington Redskins, the Bears were allowing 117 rushing yards per game.
Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy wouldn’t get into specific predictions for what he, the NFL’s leading rusher, might do against the Bears’ run defense, with or wit