Chi v StL what we learned

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  1. Bearsinhouston

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    Only way might be if our D sits on the bench when the opposing O is on the field. Even then, they might tire themselves out and not score too many more points.
     
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    I agree, only because a "bruiser back" like Bush is a horrible fit for an offensive line that can't get much, if any push. Ford's pretty fast, and the Bears need to rely on speed, even at the goal line.
     
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    He may be big, but he's simply not a goal line, short yardage runner. He doesn't have the instincts. He seems to dance when he should ramrod and he ramrods when he should show a little more patience. Forte does a better job in short yardage.
     
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