Not that it really needs it, but if the NFL’s Divisional Round had a catchy name two top candidates would have to be the “Elite 8,” (though the NCAA may […]
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Though nothing that’s happened in the first 16 games really matters at this point, all of those experiences in some how made the team into the finished product it will be on the field at the Superdome.
All the same head-scratching issues on offense showed up again in this game as Chicago yielded one 3 and out after another with too many stalled drives and turnovers sprinkled in to lead to a victory against any opponent.
Remember when the Bears were 5-1? Man, those were good times…reliving that far-off time may be tempting, but like an election, you can’t just sit on a hot start and say “that’s that.”
In their second loss in a six-day span, the Bears improved on a limp Monday Night performance, but familiar troubles reared their ugly heads again while some new ones popped up and slapped the heads of others.
Things look bleak right now for the Bears, but everything can change with a victory this Sunday against a Saints team that should challenge but aren’t too tough to overcome.
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.
This would be a good time for an official State of the Union address for the Chicago Bears, though at such times the average administration would have a better approval rating than this franchise currently has.
The now “Money Losing Mitch” is in no arguable way a deserving starting NFL quarterback right now. He’s just lucky to be on maybe the one NFL team with no earthly option to replace him.