Dissecting the Chicago Bears' 5 Weakest Links

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Dissecting the Chicago Bears' 5 Weakest Links
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The Chicago Bears had their strength tested in last Sunday's loss to the Houston Texans, while some of the team's weak links shaped up and others continued to struggle.

It doesn't take Mike Ditka to figure out that the majority of those weak links reside on the offensive side of the ball this season.

The fact that the highly-praised defense held the Texans to just 215 yards, while forcing Matt Schuab to post his lowest QB rating since 2008, showed that they came to play. Unfortunately for Bears fans, the offense—for a variety of reasons—failed to sniff the end zone, putting up a performance that was as sloppy as the field conditions.

The Bears want to believe they are an elite football team this season, but a loss to the San Francisco 49ers would likely put the Green Bay Packers back in the driver's seat in the NFC North.

You're only as strong as your weakest links, and here are the Bears' weakest five.

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