Found December 09, 2011 on
Inside the Bears:
Leaning on your defense and special teams to cover for an inexperienced quarterback is not the way to win in the NFL. But the Bears are better equipped to do it than most. Against the San Diego Chargers on Nov. 20, the Bears nearly made up 80 yards of field position over two offensive possessions — from their 9 to the Chargers’ 11 — while the offense gained seven yards on six plays. The punt teams and defense did most of the work: ◆ Adam Podlesh had a 55-yard punt from his end zone downed by Zack Bowman. ◆ Devin Hester returned …
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