How will the Chicago Bears fill the void on the offensive line?
The Chicago Bears were dealt a very difficult blow last week. Although they won a close game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, they lost their starting guard for the season when James Daniels tore his pectoral muscle.
For an offensive line that has struggled mightily to run the football the last two weeks, this is devastating news. In the first three weeks of the season, the team was averaging nearly 140 rushing yards per game. It seemed most of that was a by-product of the competition, as the sledding has gotten significantly tougher against the aforementioned Bucs and Indianapolis Colts.