Caleb Hanie has six interceptions and has been sacked 11 times in the last two games.
That formula won't work.
Frankly, the Bears should consider playing the first half in goalline formation. Why not see what happens? It has to be more effective at limiting interceptions and sacks.
And if Martz doesn't do that, he needs to get Hanie rolling out of the pocket, keep his decisions simple, and let him scramble or throw it away the rest of the time.
Most importantly, Hanie needs to be handing the ball to Bears' running backs.
Marion Barber and Kahlil Bell have no choice but to make an impact; Hanie needs help if the Bears are going to win.
The offense doesn't have to score points every time (and they won't). But when Chicago has the ball they should grind down the clock and limit turnovers.
Sadly, that's been the plan the past two games and the Bears can't seem to do it.
Seriously: Bears should use the goalline formation every play. Name one good reason why not. It can't be worse.
Good news: Despite putrid offensive performances for two straight weeks, Chicago was only one gut-wrenching mistake from winning against Oakland and Kansas City.