There will be plenty of football to get to today at Halas Hall.
I am sure the running game, or lack of a running game, will be a popular topic. It's probably worth pointing out right now that take away a Jay Cutler interception or two at Lambeau Field in the season opener and the Bears are 2-0 right now with the same ground attack. There's been scrutiny of the offensive line, and I'll get into more of that later, but keep in mind John St. Clair was a starter for 16 games on this line last season. Most believe the Bears upgraded and when a team changes three starters, it's going to take a little time for things to mesh.
Hopefully, we'll get a better indication of how defensive end Alex Brown's left ankle is, but all signals point to him playing Sunday at Seattle.
Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck said on Monday that he hopes to be able to play with a fractured rib. It's unlikely Seattle will shed any light on that situation today, but we'll see. If the Seahawks provide Hasselbeck for the conference call this afternoon, he's always entertaining.
I'll Twitter some tidbits from the Jay Cutler press conference and that will start at noon. Check back later on.