Kreutz, who is a guest Bears analyst for 670 The Score in Chicago, also points out the limitations of having a rookie quarterback in Mitch Trubisky. "It means that you’re looking at goal line [fronts] almost every play," Kreutz said. "From a guy [such as myself] who has gone through it a lot, when teams don’t respect your pass game … you see Green Bay was just dug in [on Sunday], everybody is low, they are just firing off the ball. They always have one more guy than you have got."
Long was deemed too hurt to start, which pushed Hroniss Grasu into the starting lineup. The Bears’ first three run plays went for minus-1, minus-1 and minus-3 yards, the last of which also included two declined penalties on Whitehair and Bradley Sowell, who came on as an extra blocker. It would be that kind of game most of the afternoon in the 23-16 loss. The second drive featured back-to-back false starts. It appeared Grasu — the center — forgot the snap count on another false start.
The Chicago Bears headed into 2017 quietly confident about the state of the offensive line. Even with Kyle Long, a three-time Pro Bowler and the assumed centerpiece, coming off an injury-plagued season in 2016, there was hope in the form of successful free-agent pickups Josh Sitton and Bobby Mass... The Chicago Bears headed into 2017 quietly confident about the state of the offensive line.
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Selecting a term
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