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By Dan Parr

After struggling to produce against the Bills' porous run defense, which was ranked last in the league at the time the two teams met, it's hard to imagine Bears RBs Matt Forté and Chester Taylor doing much against Minnesota, which ranks sixth against the run.

Offensive coordinator Mike Martz has hinted at getting Taylor more involved in the game against his former team, which could take carries away from Forté. Neither player is an appealing fantasy option against the Vikings.

The Bears' offensive line has not done a good job of clearing holes for the backs for much of the season, and C Olin Kreutz is dealing with a hamstring injury. He may not be 100 percent on Sunday, and the "Williams Wall" could dominate the battle up front.

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