(Eds: With AP Photos.) By GENE CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press The Chicago Bears find themselves worrying about improving their pass rush at a time when there could be a somewhat more pressing issue facing them: Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
A week after they recorded only one sack and one hit on Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton, the Bears' defensive linemen realize they have to find a way to pressure Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder on Sunday - even though Peterson is capable of breaking open a game the way he did in a 21-14 win in their previous matchup last December at the Metrodome.
''Up front, I didn't feel like we had the strongest game and it's something we've been striving for,'' defensive end Corey Wootton said. ''Me, personally, I need to get better rushes in there.
''I didn't feel like we affected (Dalton) enough as a whole, so it's something that we've been working on.''
The Bears had 44 sacks last season - their highest total since 2001 - and th...