By Chris Pummer
I've said it before, and Mike Mulligan at the Sun-Times hit the nail on the head again today. The Bears' blocking could be brutal. So brutal that it might make the battle for the starting quarterback job meaningless.
At this point, there isn't much the Bears can do to fix the problem -- outside of hoping Chris Williams is the real deal and that another guy can step up. Coach Lovie Smith and GM Jerry Angelo will have to hope there are enough scapegoats at the end of the year to insulate themselves from the fire that would be ignited by a dismal season.