Stats Analysis: 3rd-Down Offense Premium Story

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QB Rex Grossman (Ted S. Warren/AP)
By Ed Thompson
Scout.com Senior NFL Analyst
Date: Jul 15, 2008

We all know the Chicago Bears had one of the worst offenses in football in 2007. And by using statistical analysis, it is possible to pinpoint exactly where the Midway Monsters struggled so mightily. Apparently, it's all about third down. Ed Thompson crunches the numbers thanks to the good folks at STATS.

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