We'll find out if the Titans have the run game fixed when the Bears come to town on Sunday. Chicago has the #1 run defense allowing only a 77.9 yard average per game. They are 19th against the pass so I expect we'll see 35+ attempts on Sunday with, hopefully, a number of them headed towards Jared Cook who should give Hasselbeck a means to get the ball out quickly. The Bears defense have also been very opportunistic in creating turnovers. The Titans must take care of the football and generate a few of their own. If the Titans DL can get to Cutler, who has been on his backside 26 times already, it'll go a long way towards keeping the Bear offense in check. They hung 41 on the Colts earlier this season so it can get ugly fast if the Titans can't find pressure. Matt Forte will be licking his chops looking forward to facing the Titans 28th-ranked run D. I expect the Bears to run early and often which means the Titans safeties will need to play much closer to the line of scrimmage than they have most of the season. After blowing a game they should have won last week, it will be interesting to see if the Titans are going to come out focused and intense. Losing to the Colts makes winning this game that more important.