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Behind Enemy Lines: Part II

John Crist of Bear Report gets together with former safety and current radio commentator Mark Kelso to go Behind Enemy Lines for a look at Sunday's game between the Bears and Bills in Toronto.

Mark Kelso: Is Chicago's reluctance to run the ball consistently an indication of a lack of confidence in the offensive line, or are they just trying to get the most out of Jay Cutler's ability? John Crist: I think coach Lovie Smith would like to be a more balanced offense and run the ball more, but he's got a coordinator in Mike Martz that is known for throwing the ball and an O-line incapable...

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