I don't want to beat a dead horse, but the past week's events do not bode well for the Colts - add to that a rainy windy forecast (showers, 10 -20 mph winds) and it seems clear that a run oriented forecast might be better off than one depenent on the passing play. Not that there won't be any passing of course but in my opinion, this weather removes the larger threat of the deep play. Short passes are still an option - anything too long stands a good chance of being an errant throw from the rain or wind. In game planning against the Colts many teams work to take the deep threat out of the equation - and the Colts proceed to shred teams with the mid and short passing game. In this case Mother Nature looks to be taking the deep threat out of the game - making the Bears game plan a bit easier.