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Fans weigh in on keys to offensive success


As part of our Wednesday Weigh-in feature, we asked Bears fans to let us know what they think the biggest key has been to the team's offensive success. Here are some of the responses we received:

"The key is the upgrade in receivers and timely throws."
Clancy Sunrise Beach, MO

"Tarik Cohen has definitely been a huge part of the offense for the past couple games."
Bellevue, NE

"Matt Nagy utilizing players' strengths and putting them in a position to be successful."
North Aurora

"Fundamentals and not turning the ball over."

"Sustaining or converting third downs and no turnovers."
Newark, NJ

"Trubisky's scrambling ability, Cohen's playmaking ability, and depth at the receiver position."
Mount Caramel

"Da Bears utilize multiple looks which keeps the defenses guessing. We have different packages that are used offensively that keep opposing defenses on there toes. How do you gameplan against all the weapons we have offensively? O-Line never gets enough credit, it starts up front, no blocking equals no success!"
Manitowoc, WI

"Trubisky seems more comfortable in the offense. His awareness in the pocket is good to see as well. The speedsters in Cohen and Gabriel make this team really fun to watch."
South Chicago Heights

"Good combination with power and speed in the running game and strength and speed of the receiving corps."
Indio, CA

"They all believe they can win."
Ft. Myers, FL

"The play of Mitchell Trubisky to be dynamic in the pocket, run when it is smart to run, execution of the smart and creative play calling of Coach Nagy and the offensive staff."
Salt Lake City, UT

"Trubisky is getting more comfortable and even when he struggles he seems to regroup and make the plays needed to stay in the game. He gets everyone involved and using his feet to keep plays alive has been huge. Wait until he starts connecting more consistently with the long ball."

"I think it has to be offensive line coach Harry Hiestand. If an O-Line is good, other aspects of the offense will benefit."
Oak Park

"I think it's been a combination of the coaches, the talent, being healthy, and a new attitude of the whole organization. Seems as if Nagy has imprinted his vision on all at Halas Hall."

"Play Calling. Matt Nagy has demonstrated that his preseason promises are true--he knows how to get each player on his team in the best scenarios for success."

"The key has been the quarterback seemingly getting more and more comfortable in the new offensive scheme put together by Coach Nagy and the offensive coordinator. It will continue to be a work in progress this year and will only improve with time and reps."
Indianapolis, IN

"Definitely the offensive line protecting Mitch and giving him time to survey the field. Also the fact that he has so many weapons, makes it tough for opposing defenses. Bear Down!!"
Miami, FL

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