Best guess for the 2015 Bears offense is that head coach John Fox and offensive coordinator Adam Gase will not only establish a credible run game, but also one built around two running backs.
Not since the days of Abe Gibron have the Detroit Lions beaten the Bears more than the current three-game stretch that has seen the Lions score an average of nearly 32 points per game.
The Patriots and Packers are the only NFL teams with more wins than the Saints since 2009, including their 7-9 "BountyGate" campaign two years ago.
NFL coaches will give you a whole lecture about how the team is only looking ahead to the next game and won’t get too caught up on the rest of the schedule.
How about a backfield with quarterback Otto Graham, halfbacks Red Grange and Buddy Young and fullback Mike Alstott?