Bears rookie right tackle Gabe Carimi could miss up to a month after dislocating his right knee in yesterday's game against the Saints according to Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times.

It's a huge loss for a Bears offensive line that looked exactly like the 2010 Bears offensive line(in other words, crap) yesterday, although Mike Martz certainly didn't help the cause by calling many seven-stop drops for Jay Cutler when the Saints brought the blitz constantly. It's hard for any offensive line to succeed in that situation.

But, back to Carimi- the Bears' first round pick from the 2011 draft was making strides at tackle, and looked like the best player on the offensive line yesterday. And replacement Frank Omiyale looked nothing short of terrible.

Obviously, this is a major concern going into the Packers game, as there's no doubt that Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers is going to dial up a ton of blitzes like the Saints did. J'Marcus Webb is still very much a work in progress at left tackle, and Omiyale, as I said, looked terrible yesterday. So, Martz needs to help cover up the tackles by using tight ends as blockers frequently on the edges, and better yet, CALL MORE RUN PLAYS AND QUICK PASSES INSTEAD OF SEVEN-STEP DROPS.

As for the other players that left yesterday's game with injuries:

Wide receiver Earl Bennett suffered a bruised chest, and is considered day-to-day.

Safety Major Wright suffered a head/neck injury, but not a concussion. He is also day-to-day. Whatever the case, he was responsible for the Saints' 79-yard touchdown pass yesterday, and will likely be replaced by Brandon Meriweather in the starting lineup this week, if Chris Harris can return from injury.

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