The Bears fell flat in their season opener against the Bills. It’s time to understand what happened.
In a game with everything on the line against a team with not much to play for, of course Chicago would find a way to crap the bed, right?
With their starting quarterback back under center and a possible playoff trip on the line, the Chicago Bears put down the Cleveland Browns.
In a frigid atmosphere with a Ditka “sweater retirement” ceremony on tap, the Chicago Bears manned up on Monday Night Football and put down the Dallas Cowboys.
This NFC North showdown was one minute and forty-three seconds away from ending in a tie. Thankfully, an actual resolution was reached in overtime, but it wasn’t in the favor of the Chicago Bears.
Well that turned into a car wreck, didn’t it? The Long-Battle had its dramatic moments, but the Chicago Bears couldn’t overcome an early deficit and fell apart late as they dropped their fifth game this season.
This midseason showdown of divisional foes came down to the wire, but the Chicago Bears fell to the Lions at Solider Field Sunday afternoon.
Well wasn’t that just a steaming helping of disappointment. The Chicago Bears fought valiantly through injuries and defensive lapses, but it was just too much to overcome on Sunday.