If there’s one thing I’ve learned about offensive football over the years, it’s that playcallers look like bad playcallers when their offensive line isn’t playing well.

Your best play isn’t going to work if it isn’t blocked correctly.

The Bears are 5-1 after beating the Panthers 23-16 in Charlotte Sunday, but their offensive struggles are far from resolved. And you don’t need to watch the coaches’ copy of the film to understand that the offensive line is the heart of the problem.

“We had a play we liked, we already knew it,” Nagy said. “We said it: Really in that situation, if it’s a run-run-pass situation, you know on first down that on third down if you’ve already made the decision to go for it, you already know what the play is.”

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