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Bears Bites: Team's Guard Play Turns Heads in Opener

Also, Martellus Bennett has made a big impression in a short time in Chicago

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Bears Bites: Team's Guard Play Turns Heads in Opener

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Jay Cutler #6 of the Chicago Bears pass is blocked by Vontaze Burfict #55 of the Cincinnati Bengals during the first half on September 8, 2013 at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)

In Wednesday's edition of Bears Bites, we take a look at various aspects of the Chicago Bears' offense against the Cincinnati Bengals, as well as critiques of the Bears' secondary. 

-The Bears had plenty to be happy about on Sunday, but Jeff Dickerson accurately pointed out a few things that didn't go so well, including Major Wright's blown coverage that resulted in a deep touchdown pass to AJ Green. [ESPN Chicago]

-John Mullin was also impressed with the Bears' play, but he says that their run game has to improve if they are going to keep winning. [CSN Chicago]

-Speaking of improvements, Bears head coach Marc Trestman says that the team's defense has to get better if they are going to get where they are wanting to go. [Chicago Tribune]

-Bears.com scribe Larry Mayer had an interesting Q&A with fans yesterday about where the team is right now, highlighting both the good and bad from their win. [ChicagoBears.com]

-Hub Arkush graded various players from Sunday's game, and he only gave Jay Cutler a B for his performance. It seems a little low, but he does a good job explaining his reasoning. [HubArkush.com]

-Finally, Martellus Bennett has gained a ton of fans in Chicago with his entertaining behavior in press conferences and on his Twitter feed, but on Sunday, he let his game do the talking too, scoring a spectacular touchdown in the back of the end zone. [Chicago Sun-Times]

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