• Mills, Trestman realize Hall of Famer LeBeau’s ‘D’ will be a challenge

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 19, 2013
    And Mills knows what LeBeau, who entered the Hall of Fame for his cornerback play and his coaching success, can do to make his life miserable Sunday night in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh’s personnel may not be what it once was, but the matchup with the Bears, with two rookies in Kyle Long and Mills on the right side, is one that LeBeau will try to feast on. Four decades separate the playing careers of Bears rookie offensive tackle Jordan Mills and Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau and there’s a 52-year age difference between them. In that regard, the Steelers’ 3-4 defense poses a unique challenge for the Bears’ O-line, especially with this being their first road game and after facing 4-3 base teams in the Bengals and Vikings. All the success quarterback Jay Cutler and his weapons have had wouldn’t be possible if the offensive line had been as porous as last season. Without their success one sack on 72 pass attempts Bears players wouldn’t be able describe Cutler as “cool, calm and collected.”
    Source: suntimes.com
    • Bears realize Steelers’ ‘D’ will be a challenge

      Four decades separate the playing careers of Bears rookie offensive tackle Jordan Mills and Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau — and there’s a 52-year age difference between them.
      Source: suntimes.com

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