No deceptively earnest coach speak or sparse front office talk is a concern to the Chicago faithful at this point. All fans want to hear is a direct declaration from team chairman George McCaskey regarding if he is firing anyone or not.
With another loss, especially a bad one, and the Bears ownership may not be too far away from choosing the same endgame that the Lions recently did.
This game won’t be recorded in the annals of NFL history, but it was entertaining nonetheless. How the heck did the Bears win that game?
The main challenge for 2020 is trying to get players to develop and improve during a season stripped down by a pandemic. Coaching is going to matter a lot this year and more so than in average years.
Lots of questions need to be answered and plenty must be proven for both sides in this unique opener with no preseason lead-up.
Thanksgiving, simply, is a day to be thankful and that exact feeling should be exuding from the Chicago Bears after a 24-20 victory over the Detroit Lions.
Ultimately, this game saw two pretty evenly-matched teams sizing each other with only one team’s starting quarterback healthy. That put Chicago in the rare position of having the better play-making signal-caller in a 2019 match-up.
After only a record-short 85 hours from playing the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night, the Bears still had enough energy and will to pull off an exciting 23-16 in Detroit to start the holiday off perfectly for #Bearsnation.
It was Chicago’s first win in the NFC North in over two years, and it wasn’t anywhere near as close as the final score let on. The entire team was uplifted before the game as its best overall player and best offensive player made their returns in edge rusher Khalil Mack and wide receiver Allen Robinson
A couple dominant quarters later, included in an overall solid 60 minutes and the Bears and its fan base can breathe a bit easier — one down, two to go after downing Detroit 34-22 Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field.