The Chicago Bears finished up 2012 training camp this week. Let's break down the entire offensive…
Bears vs. Redskins: What to watch for
In the team's preseason opener last Thursday, the Chicago Bear stunk up Soldier Field. In total net yards, the Bears were outgained by the Broncos 338 to 132. The offense managed just eight first downs, compared to 25 for Denver. The end result, a 31-3 pounding, accurately portrayed Chicago's play on the field. Needless to say, the Bears are looking for a much stronger outing tonight against the Washington Redskins. Here are 10 things to watch for during this evening's contest. Offense Cutler to Marshall QB Jay Cutler did not play last week but will likely be on the field tonight well into the second quarter. Last year, Cutler played almost the entire first half in the team's second preseason game. Chicago fans have not yet seen Cutler throw to his primary target Brandon Marshall in live action. Tonight will be their first chance to get a look at this duo, the two of whom have absolutely dominated during training camp. Watch for Cutler on every drop back and count how many times...
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