Fitzgerald looked to Chad Ochocinco for advice about the Bears secondary. The headline-grabber Ochocinco described the Bears as tough but not without holes. Fitzgerald will need to milk the gaps for all their worth to get back on track.
2. SS ADRIAN WILSON: The Cardinals longest-tenured player can reap havoc on the Bears offense. He enters the Chicago matchup after a soft performance against the Carolina Panthers. The Cardinals will look to Wilson to bring everything, including the kitchen sink, to Chicago. If Wilson plays half as well as he did against the New York Giants in Week 7, the Cardinals will hybernate the Bears.
The Bears consider themselves a running football team, but they rank 26th in the league with less than 100 rushing yards per game. Wilson will jump at the chance to decrease their average even lower. The Cardinals shouldn't call the kettle black though. They rank last in the league, averaging 64.9 rushing yards per game.
4. TACKLES MIKE GANDY AND LEVI BROWN: The Cardinals offensive line can be a mixed bag. Gandy and Brown often shoulder much of the blame. Gandy gets beat a lot and Brown still racks up penalty yards against the Cardinals. A good game by these two players will go a long way in the Midwest.
5. RB BEANIE WELLS: Expect the first-rounder to receive double-digit carries for the third time this season. The Cardinals continue to chip away at establishing a dead-last running game. Wells has shown his power in the past few weeks. He should earn plenty of opportunities against the Bears to help the Cardinals cause.
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