As he gushed over the possibility of a dynamic offense, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler tempered his enthusiasm slightly when it came to the offensive line.
"The offensive line is definitely going to be a concern,'' Cutler said Monday, "and seeing where those guys fit in and seeing what five we go with. You know, if Gabe (Carimi) comes back, if J'Marcus (Webb) pans out (and) Chris Williams, where we're going to put him … there are some question marks there. Until we really get that resolved, get our front five settled, we've got some work to do on the offense.''
Cutler is a sleeper heading into 2012 fantasy drafts after the Bears traded for WR Brandon Marshall and hired his old coach (Jeremy Bates) from his glory days in Denver. But if the team has to get the offensive line in order so that Cutler can feel comfortable in the pocket.