From Steve C. on Twitter
To me, protecting the quarterback on offense and getting to the quarterback on defense are two of the most important keys to success this year and every year. So I'll be focusing on both lines to see how they fare and which players emerge. In terms of individuals other than Jay Cutler, the Bears need a second receiving target to step up and take some of the pressure off
What will Marc Trestman's offensive system be like?
From Sam S. on Twitter
Marc Trestman runs a derivative of the West Coast offense that features a high-tempo, fast-paced attacking approach. He puts a huge emphasis on getting plays off quickly. During minicamp, he stood behind the quarterback and counted down the play clock out loud. I will be very surprised if the Bears draw as many delay-of-game penalties as they did in recent years. The offense seemingly spreads the ball around to a variety of different targets all over the field. We'll have to wait and see about the run/pass ratio. But I do know that Anthony Calvillo, the quarterback who played for Trestman with the CFL's Montreal Alouettes, told me that the coach changed his game plan a lot from week-to-week depending on who the Alouettes were playing.
Are there any undrafted rookies that have impressed enough to make the opening day roster?
From Ben S. on Twitter
None of the undrafted rookies did enough during the offseason program to earn a spot on the 53-man roster. But a couple could accomplish that feat in training camp and the preseason. Two I will be watching closely are running back