NinersDigest's Craig Massei and Bear Report's Jeremy Stoltz go Behind Enemy Lines to preview Monday…
Behind Enemy Lines: Bears-49ers Part II
Craig Massie, publisher, NinersDigest.com: The Bears no doubt brought in Jason Campbell at quarterback this year for situations just as this, but what's the confidence level in Chicago that he can step in for his first start in place of Jay Cutler on such a big stage in such an important game? How does the offense change with Campbell starting, and what are the things than he can and can't do within the structure the Bears have in place? What will Campbell have to do against an elite defense to give Chicago a legitimate shot at victory? Jeremy Stoltz, publisher, BearReport.com: Campbell has started 70 games in his career, so there's no fear the offense will implode, a la Caleb Hanie last season. There is no doubt he can manage an NFL football game. He is prone to the check down pass, though, and isn't too accurate down the field. Against San Francisco's defense, which is one of the best tackling teams in the league, yards after the catch will be tough to come by. Campbell will need to...
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