There weren't many style points in this one. J.J. Watt wasn't interested in them, anyway. All that…
Stopping Watt key for Bears' offense
As most astute football fans know, pressure on the quarterback is a surefire way to disrupt any passing attack. That is especially so with the Bears, who have struggled this season when pass protection has broken down. Chicago's front five has had issues keeping QB Jay Cutler off his back this year. The Bears are third in the league in sacks allowed (28) and have given up 14 sacks in the past three games. The offense has been able to overcome some of that pressure but against a team like the Houston Texans on Sunday, things could spiral out of control if the offensive line fails to protect. The Texans are tied for sixth in the NFL in total sacks with 24.0, just one fewer than the Chicago's defense. The main priority is J.J. Watt (6-5, 295), who leads the league in sacks (10.5). "He's a big guy, you know...
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