Bears need help on both sides of the ball
The Chicago Bears haven't been to the big game since losing to the Colts in Super Bowl XLI following the 2006 season and have not won the Super Bowl since the 1985 season.
The Bears could make a run at a title this season, but Monday night's blowout loss to San Francisco shows they will have to overcome some potentially fatal flaws to do so.
It begins with an offensive line that has allowed 34 sacks this season, second most in the league. Age on defense is also an issue.
What specific holes does Chicago have, and who from the 2013 draft class could help? Here's a look.
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