We learned that they have three quarterbacks on the roster.
They don’t just have Kyle Orton and Rex Grossman, they have Caleb Hanie too.
This guy played well in his first action in the league.
Hanie is an undrafted free agent from Colorado State, who could solidify his spot on the team with his play.
But, the starter Kyle Orton, performed well, until his fumble on a scramble which he later recovered.
Rex Grossman’s arm looked good throwing a 25 yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wolfe, but his hair looked bad.
I think the offense struggled a little bit as a whole, because they don’t have all there starters on the offensive line and of course Kevin Jones didn’t get to play.
First round pick Chris Williams is said to be out until november and the Bears have reportedly talked to Fred Miller and Ruben Brown about coming back.
Between the other three running backs, they looked good. Forte, AP and Garrett Wolfe all looked they could be starters.
I really like Adrian Peterson’s ability in the screen game.
Matt Forte looks to be a much better back than Cedric Benson was.
The defense struggled a little bit, but they are good and they will get it together.
Plus, it is just a preseason game, it means nothing.
Mark Schlereth of ESPN, who usually makes fun of the Bears QB situation, said Kyle Orton should be the starter for this years Bears team.
What people don’t understand is, that the Chicago Bears haven’t had a great QB since Sid Luckman. Also, the Bears have showed they can win with just an okay QB.
Kyle Orton’s rookie year in 2005, the Bears went 11-5 and he was ordinary.
in 2006, Rex Grossman lead the team to a 13-3 record.
Last season, the Bears went 7-9, because they chose to give in and put Brian Griese in as the QB. The defense was battered by injuries. The last two regular season games, the Bears performed well.
It seems like Chicago Bears fans want there QB to fail.
The question on the Chicago Bears offense is not QB, it is RB and offensive line.
You don’t have to have a great QB to win, when it comes to the Chicago Bears.