The Baltimore Ravens are a good example of a struggling offensive line just finally clicking. They had a number of issues early in the season, made a few adjustments, and ended up playing good enough to win the Super Bowl. Are the Chicago Bears a few adjustments away from having a serviceable offensive line?

In the 2012 season the Bears allowed 44 sacks, the 8th most in the NFL. Right behind them in 9th, with 41 sacks allowed, was the San Francisco 49ers, and not far behind was the Ravens in 11th place with 38 sacks allowed.

With the running QB dynamic the Niners have, they were 4th best in the NFL in rushing yards, but the Bears finished one spot better than the Ravens in 10th. How far off the Championship pace are Chicago's men in the trenches?