Nobody should base much off of the NFL preseason, but two games into it, the Chicago Bears have some interesting statistics that could prove to either be anomalies or the start of some trends for the regular season.
The biggest concern for the Bears following their 24-17 loss to the Carolina Panthers to open the preseason was their offensive line. They made some changes up front before their second game against the San Diego Chargers on Thursday night, including benching starter J'Marcus Webb and starting first-round pick Kyle Long.
The results haven't been all bad for the Bears up front, and in coming weeks, we'll find out if it was a rough start or a sign of things to come.
There have also been a number of very good preseason signs for the Bears, whether it is veterans playing up to their standard or young players shining so far.
While these stats shouldn't be taken as life or death, they could prove to be interesting down the road.