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The Bears offense lacks offensive firepower, and the whole league knows it.
The offensive line is horrendous for two years running now.
Linchpin Olin Kreutz is now with the Saints. Roberto Garza shifted to center, weakening the right guard spot.
Chris Spencer and Gabe Carimi have injuries, and right tackle Frank Omiyale should never play football again, as he is a revolving door for defensive linemen and linebackers to kill Cutler.
Wide receiver and tight end are also glaring weaknesses.
Devin Hester and Johnny Knox drop passes, Earl Bennett can't seem to stay healthy and Roy Williams looks done. The Bears also shipped off Greg Olsen to Carolina, who had a touchdown grab against the Bears on Sunday.
Chicago does have Matt Forte, but he is sometimes inconsistent in the run game (a combination of poor O-line blocking and not creating his own holes).
Meanwhile, the Packers and Lions offenses are thriving.
Rodgers is equipped with a solid offensive line, and he has weapons in Jermichael Finley, Donald Driver and Greg Jennings. Detroit has Calvin Johnson, Brandon Pettigrew and Jahvid Best.