Found October 04, 2012 on Midway Illustrated:
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Heading into their week 4 match up against the Dallas Cowboys the Chicago Bears had one thing sticking out in their mind above all others, how do you stop  DeMarcus Ware.  The Cowboys came into the game rated as the number one defense overall in terms of total yards allowed per game. On offense the Bears were on the opposite end of the spectrum rating 24 in total offense in the NFL.  Most people likely didn't expect the Bears to move the ball as efficiently as they did on offense in this game.  Instead the Bears found a way to get it done, or did they? Is there more to the story behind why Jay Cutler performed at such a high level and the Bears protected Cutler so well?  I checked out the All-22 coaches tape to find out what type of pressures the Cowboys brought and how the Bears blocked it. Watching the Cowboys on tape against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers I came to one conclusion, Jay Cutler was likely going to get his head torn off in this game against the Cowboys.  The def...
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