Originally written on Football Nation  |  Last updated 11/20/14
The Chicago Bears have added a lot of key players in Free Agency and through the Draft. Through tape, rumors, and information that is out on the  web, you can put the pieces together and figure out their starting lineup. Offense Quarterback Jay Cutler - There is no question that Jay will be the Bears' starting quarterback for the 2012 season.Jason Campbell - The Bears signed Jason Campbell to a one-year contract because they wanted to have someone who could help them win if Cutler goes down--lesson they learned with the Hanie experiment. Josh McCown- A player who proved in a limited amount of time that he could play, learn quickly, and be a decent backup.   Running Back Michael Bush- Bush is the insurance plan that most teams wish they had. If Forte does hold out or gets injured, the Bears will be able to continue right on pace with Bush.Matt Forte- As long as he signs his tender and realizes that he is asking for too much money, he should be the starter for years to c...
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  • What about Sanzabacher and Williams? I still think one more big bodied fast WR could benefit, the kid Devin doesn't impress me much and I don't mean Hester.
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