As I make the trek back to NFC North blog headquarters, I invite you to peruse Jeff Dickerson's analysis of the Chicago Bears' tight end position over on ESPNChicago.com.
Tight ends were the story of the NFL's divisional playoff round, a development that only served to spotlight the Bears' relative weakness at the position. Two years with offensive coordinator Mike Martz, whose scheme didn't utilize pass-catching tight ends, has left the Bears with a tandem of Kellen Davis and Matt Spaeth heading into the offseason.
What's next? Dickerson has a few ideas.
I'll chat with you later.