Credit Matt Forte for being a force on offense last year for the Chicago Bears, but the running game…
Jones Needed Now Behind Forte
The Chicago Bears always have been and always will be a running football team, and head coach Lovie Smith often reminds us of that just in case we happen to forget. But after general manager Jerry Angelo shocked the world and brought Pro Bowl passer Jay Cutler to the Windy City this offseason, naturally, many of the questions during OTAs at Halas Hall revolved around the passing game. Can Cutler instantly be just as good in Chicago as he was last year in Denver? Does he need an upgrade at the wide receiver position in order to succeed? Is tight end Greg Olsen ready to become a breakout star since he and his new QB have been developing good chemistry – both in practice and on Rush Street – together? However, let's get back to the running game for a moment. Needless to say, Matt Forte had a sensational rookie campaign and looks to be the next great tailback for this franchise. Fantasy football experts from sea to shining sea certainly think so, ranking the one-time Tulane Green Wave...
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