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?
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.
This team will not be in the playoffs in a year where the Bears were deemed “ready” to compete for a title, which means the final six games will be an observation in futility.
Nine games into the season and the Chicago Bears are at a compelling fork in the road.
Be they motivated opponents or critical crossroads, the NFL keeps setting them up and the Chicago Bears keep knocking them down.
With a win against the Vikings on SNF the Bears move to 7-3 and gain a whole new level of national praise and respect for themselves.
Ryan Bukowiecki is a student at the Illinois Media School and a contributor to The D & Davis Show
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