Bears must run to buy time for Cutler

Originally Published: December 18, 2010
By Ron Jaworski | ESPN.com

"Monday Night Football" analyst Ron Jaworski breaks down the matchup between the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings:

The key unit in this game is the Chicago offense. They are running the ball often enough to give the illusion of a running game, which is giving QB Jay Cutler a little more time in the pocket. In the five games before the New England game last week, the Bears were averaging about 33 rushes a game. They won those games, and it calmed down the blitz pressure that Cutler ...

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