By Mike Cuddy on April 1, 2014
In order to become Super Bowl contenders, the Chicago Bears will need to answer these five questions about their offense.
With the departure of Michael Bush, Michael Ford will step in as the backup running back behind Matt Forte. Ford will also get some touches in the return game as well as the Bears attempt to replace Devin Hester.
After emerging last year with a Pro Bowl season, can Alshon Jeffery replicate that success in his third season with the Bears? With Brandon Marshall on the field opposite him, Jeffery figures to see plenty of chances again this season.
Last season the Bears were able to start the same offensive line combination in every game. This was the first time that happened in many Bears fans' lifetimes. With this kind of continued structure they have a good chance of keeping Jay Cutler upright all season.
With Josh McCown heading to Tampa Bay, the Bears need to find a capable backup quarterback in the event that Jay Cutler gets hurt again. Will Jordan Palmer be the guy or will the Bears look to the NFL Draft to find a young quarterback to mold into Marc Trestman's offense?
Jay Cutler will need to stay healthy for all 16 regular season games if this Bears team has any chance of making a deep run in the playoffs, especially without Josh McCown to bail them out again this year. In his second season in Marc Trestman's offense and with two Pro Bowl receivers, Cutler is position to have another record-breaking season for the Bears.
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