What constituted the Bears’ comeback from a 26-10 deficit to a 30-26 win boiled down to one thing — getting the right guy under center.
Clearly, the Bears defense will have to be good this week. Would it be too much to ask them to get back to elite level and potentially shut down this explosive Falcon team?
Despite elements of negativity in their win over the Giants, the Bears are now one of 10 NFL teams to start the year 2-0 after Sunday’s action. Never, ever apologize for victories in the NFL, no matter how ugly they are.
The Giants aren’t a very imposing team, which should allow the Bears early opportunities to seize control of the game like in the opener, though those opportunities weren’t seized upon.
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.
The Bears conclude their 2020 off-season with an intriguing draft class featuring a few names that should make an impact starting Week 1.
WARR’s Bears writer Ryan Bukowiecki gives his final prediction of who the team will select with its seven spots in this weekend’s NFL Draft
Bears general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy are scheduled to make seven selections in this draft. Many possibilities are in play for Chicago, whether the club stays at its current selections or not.