The most surprising move of the Bears' offseason was their decision to not address the offensive line in free agency or the draft. Putting faith in the players on the roster could turn into a double-edged sword. They could come together and be more than adequate, or be the reason for the demise of what looks to be a promising season.
What can the team do? There is no question new coordinator and former offensive line coach Mike Tice has some tricks up his sleeve. He will have some complex answers to help the group protect its quarterback and open holes for the running backs. However, Tice is also focusing on the easy stuff. The low-hanging fruit that can be fixed fairly soon.
These are five easy fixes for the Bears' offensive line going into the 2012 season.