CHICAGO BEARS OFFENSELT: Ja'Marcus Webb-Webb was one of the pleasent surprises in an otherwise terrible offensive line last year. As a rookie coming out of West Texas A&M, the 6 foot 8 giant took over at RT and did a bang up job. The Bears hope he continues to progress and fits in nicely protecting Jay Cutlers blindside throughout the 2011/12 campaign. LG: Chris Williams- Big dissapointment. Williams was drafted by the Bears to be a franchise left tackle, and only 2 years into his career he is already penciled in as a guard. The Bears hope Williams gives them SOMETHING at the guard position, because right now he has been a major let-down. C: Chris Spencer- With the shocking signing by Olin Kruetz to the New Orleans Saints today, the Chris Spencer era at center begins for the Chicago Bears. Spencer looked good at times for the Seahawks last year and although he never quite lived up to his billing as a 1st round draft pick, is serviceable and might even be a slight upgrade over Kruetz on the field. Kruetz will be missed in the locker room and in the huddle, but Spencer might surprise some Bears fans with his nice run blocking. RG: Roberto "James" Garza- The only mainstay at the same position as last year, Garza will be the leader of this young group. With Kruetz now gone, Garza is the last remaining Bears linemen from the 2005 NFC Championship squad. RT: Gabe Carimi- The Bears new first rounder, Carimi is a guy Chicago has high hopes for. "The Jewish Hammer", as he was known in Wisconsin, is already a nice run blocker who is projected to turn into a great all-around tackle. The tackle tandem of 2nd year Webb and Carimi should be a huge upgrade over last years tackle tandem of a rookie Ja'Marcus Webb and Frank "The Stank" Omiyale. TE: Matt Spaeth- With Greg Olsen gone, the Bears went out and signed Matt Spaeth from the Steelers. Spaeth has already told the Chicago media that he feels he is an amazing fit for Mike Martz offense and that he looks forward to coming out of the shadow of Heath Miller that he was under in Pittsburgh. A great blocker who has average (at best) receiving characteristics. WRs: Roy Williams, Johnny Knox, Devin Hester, Earl Bennett - This is the most questionable group on the whole team besides the offensive line. The Bears were expected to be in play for a big-name WR this offseason, and Bears fans were excited to see what GM Jerry Angelo would come up with. Instead, the Bears signed Roy Williams. Williams, who is coming off a depressing couple years in Dallas, told the media he signed with the Bears because he had his best years on the Detroit Lions with Mike Martz as his offensive coordinator. He does fit the bill of a large wide receiver that Jay Cutler needed. We will see how it works out, but if Williams sucks like he did for the Cowboys Jerry Angelo might just lose his job. One bright side to the Bears receiving group is the speed. Devin Hester and Johnny Knox might be the two fastest wide receivers in the NFC North, if not the whole NFC. Bennett is a nice #4 option with great route running, decent hands and a good rapport with QB Jay Cutler. HB: Matt Forte, Marion Barber - Matt Forte quietly had a great 2010. He showed speed and vision at times as well as his signiture great hands and route running out of the backfield, all while playing behind an extremely porous offensive line. All signs point to Forte having another great year, as buzz around Bears camp this year has been Forte is in extremely impressive shape and is ready to get down to buisness. With Chester Taylor being a big dissapointment last year, the Bears went out and landed former Cowboy Marion Barber. Barber, despite all the issues and injuries, was still the leading touchdown rusher for the Cowboys last year. Barber will give the Bears that 3rd and 1 or goaline punch they have been lacking since Thomas Jones left. Barber has looked impressive in camp so far, so this might end up being a dangerous and quality 1-2 in the backfield for the Bears in 2011. QB: Jay Cutler - For all the grief Cutler has gotten for the NFC Championship game where he limped off the field and did not return, Cutler had a decent 2011. When considering he was sacked more than any other QB in the NFL and had no true #1 receiver, all the Cutler hate really seems unjust. Still, he has not been a great leader and has not show he has what it takes to get the Bears to the next level on offense. This second year in Mike Martz system will be big for Cutler as he finally grasps everything the mad scientist throws at him. The Bears offense will go as Jay Cutler goes, but if he doesn't get protection, no one is going anywhere. Defense to come tomorrow when I get home. BEAR DOWN!