The Bears sent a number of signals late Saturday when they agreed on a one-year contract (at this point basically a half-year deal) with four-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Jay
Kyle Long has only been in the NFL for seven games, but he came in with a working knowledge of physics that will serve him well in Lambeau Field on Monday night.
The Bears’ evaluation of quarterback Jay Cutler remains a study in progress.
The only way the Bears’ defense can hope to unhinge Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is to mount a pass rush of a magnitude that has yet to be seen in 2013.
The loss of Lance Briggs for a yet-to-play-out extended period on top of a clearly impaired Charles Tillman notwithstanding, the outcome of 2013 Bears season is far from determined.