It was another terrible Monday Night Football loss and sadly, another game that was ripe for the Bears to take. Instead, more of the same questionable play and inherent problems defined another flat performance.
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Time is running out for the Bears and their chances to make this season a good one, here’s how the Bears can take the right step in reinvigorating their season.
Given an early opportunity to take the No. 1 seed in the NFC, the Bears instead squandered their chance and are left with question after question.
Sorta hard to believe the Bears are so great record-wise with what fans have seen on the field — will this latest showcase add fuel to the Bears fire or start to show the 5-1 start has been a mirage?
It was a must win for a Bears team with great aspirations. Losing this game could have put them way too far behind even this early into the season, but a beautiful thing in the NFL is that winning makes everything alright, for at least one more week.
The road of the regular season is paved with some really tough opponents for the Bears, they need to take advantage of the easier teams, such as Washington.
Once the release of the schedule came out for the Bears, fans got a taste of what a division winning schedule looks like compared to a last place schedule.
Ryan Bukowiecki is a student at the Illinois Media School and a contributor to The D & Davis Show After an embarrassing loss to the hated rival Packers, the Bears […]
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