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Chicago Bears Training Camp: Five Hot Issues

Postby cindy2 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 4:27 am

Now, be honest. When you saw the word "hot" in the title, you were hoping for photos of scantily-clad women, weren't you?

Well, no such luck.

But I will reveal to you some of the hot issues affecting the team as it prepares for a win-or-else season.

Lovie Smith is as optimistic as ever, in fact, he's full of it. Um, optimism, that is. But is that optimism warranted?

Sure, the Bears improved in the offseason, signing three major free agents, most notably Julius Peppers. But other teams did not exactly stand pat, either.

Perhaps the most interesting question revolves around their new offensive coordinator. Mike Martz brings much anticipation, but also some trepidation amongst Bears fans, as does his QB Jay Cutler.

Here at Olivet Nazarene University in sleepy Bourbonnais, IL, the Bears are preparing for what could be a make-or-break season for GM Jerry Angelo and head coach Lovie Smith.

So let's go around camp and find out what the most pressing issues are.

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Re: Chicago Bears Training Camp: Five Hot Issues

Postby langleyparkjoe » Thu Aug 05, 2010 11:54 am

cindy2 wrote:Now, be honest. When you saw the word "hot" in the title, you were hoping for photos of scantily-clad women, weren't you?

Well, no such luck.

But I will reveal to you some of the hot issues affecting the team as it prepares for a win-or-else season.

Lovie Smith is as optimistic as ever, in fact, he's full of it. Um, optimism, that is. But is that optimism warranted?

Sure, the Bears improved in the offseason, signing three major free agents, most notably Julius Peppers. But other teams did not exactly stand pat, either.

Perhaps the most interesting question revolves around their new offensive coordinator. Mike Martz brings much anticipation, but also some trepidation amongst Bears fans, as does his QB Jay Cutler.

Here at Olivet Nazarene University in sleepy Bourbonnais, IL, the Bears are preparing for what could be a make-or-break season for GM Jerry Angelo and head coach Lovie Smith.

So let's go around camp and find out what the most pressing issues are.

http://www.canada-jerseys.com/NFL-Jerse ... ago-Bears/

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