The Bears have signed offensvie tackle Jonathan Scott and waived tight end Kyle Adams. The team also…
Tales from the Tape: Offense
Against the Cincinnati Bengals in the regular season opener, we got our first chance to view Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman's brand new offense. It was a performance that was very sloppy in the first half, yet borderline brilliant in the final two quarters. Chicago's offense rallied back from an 11-point deficit in the third quarter, scoring two crucial touchdowns down the stretch. We go to the game film to dissect the 10 most significant offensive plays from Sunday's 24-21 victory. -First play of the game. The Bears line up in an unbalanced left, I formation. QB Jay Cutler is under center and WR Brandon Marshall is wide right. At the snap, Cutler fakes a handoff to RB Matt Forte, then turns to Marshall, who is running an in route. Yet Marshall is blanketed with a corner on his back and a linebacker underneath. Cutler then turns back to the left side of the field and finds TE Martellus Bennett wide open on a 7-yard hitch. Bennett drops the pass. Last season, this play...
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