Predicting 5 Problem Spots for the Chicago Bears in 2013

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Predicting 5 Problem Spots for the Chicago Bears in 2013
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Alshon Jeffery & Earl Bennett

Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery was a busy man this offseason.

He brought in a new coaching staff, spent some money on the offense, said goodbye to some key veterans and brought in a ton of new faces on the roster. 

Like it or not, this is his blueprint of how the Chicago Bears should look—a team that wants to start fast on offense and look relatively similar on defense. The Bears will focus on protecting their quarterback and give other teams a more athletic look on defense.

No team in the NFL is without its holes. Even the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens had holes when they hoisted the Vince Lombardi Trophy in New Orleans earlier in the year. 

Where are the Bears' problem spots? Here are five areas the team could struggle in next season. 

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