In a response to a question about the Chicago Bears' offensive line, offensive coordinator Mike Tice said he thinks that the group can take a big step forward during the 2012 season.
"I think if Phil and Lovie, with the help of the scouts and the staff, if we felt tackle were a dire need for us, I’m sure they would have answered the bell on draft day. With the change in scheme, and the change in personality – if you will – and an offseason, and getting some guys healthy, I think we’ll make a big jump in the offensive line."
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