Thursday, July 29, 2010

10 Things You Should Expect To Hear From Chicago Bears Training Camp

As the Chicago Bears get set to ramp up another training camp in Bourbonnais, so many questions come to mind of what is to come of the 2010 Chicago Bears season. Not only so the Bears have new coaches calling plays on the offense and defense but the roster is full of new faces in new places with most having little to no experience in the NFL.

New faces including Mike Martz whose new offense should turn the "running off the bus" Bears offense into one of the most potent aerial attacks in the NFL. Also Mike Tice was brought in to improve an offensive line who is both aging and inexperienced. Rod Marinelli did such a wonderful job at coaching the defensive line last season that the franchise promoted him to defensive coordinator.

Then add in the signing of DE Julius Peppers and the return of former Bear Chris Harris plus drafting Major Wright and Northwestern's own Corey Wootton.

With the expectations as high as ever in an extremely competitive NFC North, this could be the most interesting Chicago Bears season in recent memory. To same every game (including preseason) will be examined with a microscope is simply an understatement.

However every year Bear fans fall for what we (in the media) like to call "false hope."

So, here are ten things you can expect to hear coming from Bears training camp. Whether or not you believe in these examples of false hope is up to you!


No comments: