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Turner Stands Up for the Teams O-Line

The Chicago Tribune reports that Ron Turner is standing up for the teams O-line:

Bears offensive coordinator Ron Turner became fed up with answering those questions. The offensive line, having allowed 11 sacks and contributing to the Bears’ 29th-ranked rushing offense, has struggled. But Turner stood up for his group regardless. “We’ve got a good offensive line,” Turner said. “They’re good football players. They’re playing well. And collectively, as an offense, we’ve got to do some things better. “Everyone’s talking about the offensive line, and I have no idea why. I like our offensive line. Got good players, good depth.”


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One Response to “Turner Stands Up for the Teams O-Line”

  1. Bearzfan says:

    Gee whiz…Turner is off coach and thinks Bears line is good? WOW…now we know why we need to get rid of this bum. Get a new offensive coach. Doesn’t take a master mind to see Pace is washed up. Ask Cutler how good he thinks the ol is. Ha Ha I bet he would disagree with Turner.

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