Not every one of the Bears coaches who're planning the offense for that approaching season really coaches around the offensive side from the ball.
Defensive coordinator, Vic Fangio-an experienced 28 National football league seasons-challenges the offensive team every play in training camp having a 3-4 plan that's kept in attack mode.
Offensive coordinator Adam Gase said, "Coach Fangio does such a good job of [showing] multiple looks and doing a great job with the safeties. It is extremely difficult to play their defense.”
"They do such a good job of disguising. It's such a challenge for our guys every day. We can't walk out here and just think we're going to rip them apart because it's going to be a challenge play-in and play-out. Every play is something different from those guys and we're kind of adjusting as we go and trying to figure out how to beat them on each play."
Quarterback Jay Cutler said, "They got after us today. They beat us in about every period we had. [Fangio] has done a good job of mixing it up. He's not afraid to drop eight or to bring eight. He throws a lot of different things at you—three-down, four-down, nickel, dime. He's got an extensive package, so it makes you think."