Leading up to training camp, JC will preview all 22 starters for the Chicago Bears on both sides of…
Behind Enemy Lines: Lions, Pt. II
Nate Caminata: It seems there has been a drop-off in the traditionally "vaunted" Bears defense. With Pisa Tinoisamoa joining Brian Urlacher and Julius Peppers lining up at defensive end, is the bite back in Chicago? Which addition to that defense will be felt the most in the division? John Crist: Most of the talk in the Windy City during the offseason has been on the offensive side of the ball, but I'm not buying this defense right now considering how average it has been for the better part of three seasons. Yes, Peppers is an obvious upgrade over either Alex Brown or Adewale Ogunleye, and he looked every bit as good as advertised throughout minicamp and OTAs. The trio of Urlacher, Tinoisamoa and Lance Briggs never got off the ground this past year, with both Urlacher and Tinoisamoa getting hurt in the opener, and even though Tinoisamoa is back, he still has to beat out Nick Roach for a starting job. Both safety positions remain questionable despite a lot of turnover, but if...
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