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This is a great opportunity for the Bears to make a statement they’ve yet to have made in 2020 and to exhibit real progress as a team just in time for an impromptu playoff run.
Yes, it was ugly, and for all the usual reasons we’ve seen the Bears lose control both of their historic series with Green Bay and of their latest season that once held promise back when the sun was setting past 6 p.m.
Change has come back to the Bears just as the team has come back to the field — but are the adjustments going to be enough against the high-powered Pack?
High drama and high stakes set the stage for what will be one of the best Sundays of the entire year.
Left in the divisional round is a whole lot of newness, and Blackness, among the QBs, which means that the 2020 NFL playoffs could mark a true changing of the guard in regards to the league’s star power and its on-field power.
Not that the Bears played outright poorly, but clearly they didn’t play well enough from players down to coaches to earn it. Attention turns now to what the future holds for the team.
Another win for the Bears and the playoff hopes stay alive while a loss brings an end to all the good vibes in Chicago for 2019.
This celebratory opener against hated rival Green Bay was supposed to be the beginning of something special, what played out was more of a massive flop, or something from a horror movie.
Tonight marks the first time Bears fans will get to see what a promising young core can do playing against one of their bitter rivals. Make no mistake, the NFC North will be tough and likely the winner will be the team that wins in the division early and often.