Bears offense stuck in neutral


Posted by ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert
CHICAGO -- Through three quarters Monday night, the Chicago offense hasn't put together a drive longer than 27 yards. The Bears' 10 points is largely attributable to special teams. Quarterback Kyle Orton threw an interception that allowed the Packers to extend their lead to 17-10.

The Bears simply aren't getting any traction in the running game. Matt Forte has 20 yards on 11 carries.

As the fourth quarter opens, you would assume the Bears are going to rely more on their passing game. They'd be well-advised to limit their throws to tight ends Desmond Clark and Greg Olsen.