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Bears shake up offensive line

T Jonathan Scott (Mark J. Rebilas/USP)

The offensive line has held back Chicago's offense all year. The Bears' coaching staff decided changes were necessary and elevated Chris Spencer and Jonathan Scott to the starting lineup.

Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice yesterday made it very clear the reason his offense has not been able to find its rhythm this season. "The concerns offensively – the lack of rhythm, the lack of the fast starts, the lack of success on first down – are still haunting us," Tice said. "We felt like we had a decent plan going in [to Monday's night's loss to the 49ers], playing some...

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