Ryan Tannehill produced his career-best game with a 123.6 rating off of 25-for-32 passing for 277 yards and two touchdowns.
Amid a dismal 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Bears were left in a complicated state of rage, uncertainty, frustration and nearly every other negative emotion.
When the Bears fell to the Green Bay Packers, overshadowed by the Aaron Rodgers Experience was the fact that the Packers, with a very middle-of-the-NFL defense, never really stopped the Bears.
Behind a depleted linebacker corps and dealing with the NFL’s leading receiver, the Bears’ secondary shook off occasional big plays and kept attacking in a way that helpe
Just as the Bears did last week against the Carolina Panthers, their secondary may feel a little like there’s something familiar when they line up across from the Atlanta Falcons.