Bears' Passing Offense Must Adapt to Ravens and the Wind

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Bears' Passing Offense Must Adapt to Ravens and the Wind
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The Bears are aware of the disruptive defense heading to Soldier Field on Sunday. The Ravens own a top-10 run-stopping unit, allowing 102.6 yards per game. They have a pass rush that has produced 32 sacks - 18 more than the Bears. A dangerous front seven includes feisty nose tackle Haloti Ngata plus edge rushers Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil, all of whom have Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer fortifying his pass-protection plans.

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