For all the optimism after that offseason makeover, the Chicago Bears are facing some familiar questions.
Many center on the offensive line.
''You know, that's fine,'' tackle Chris Williams said. ''We'll take the challenge. We'll come out and work hard every day.''
How high the payoff is could go a long way toward determining whether the Bears meet their goals. They believe they have the talent to make a run to the Super Bowl after adding Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall and depth throughout the roster, but the image of Jay Cutler running for his life and being driven like a nail into the turf far too often is difficult to shake.
So is the cold, hard fact that the line has ranked among the league's worst the past few years, and on a team with most of the starting spots locked up, Williams finds himself in one of the most heated competitions. He's in a race for the job at left tackle with incumbent J'Marcus Webb, and offen...