The near-universal lament after last Sunday’s debacle vs. the Miami Dolphins was that the Bears still lacked an identity, not restricted to but particularly on offense.
The Bears had their initial starting five offensive linemen back together for the Miami game, for the first time since the opener against Buffalo.
If the Bears are to walk out of Gillette Stadium Sunday as the just the fifth of 25 NFC opponents to ever win there since it opened in 2002, they'll have to make their ultra-cool quarterback
The Miami Dolphins came into Soldier Field with a secondary bearing a reputation for being physical and feisty.
The Bears are going on the road against one of the NFL’s all-time great quarterbacks likely without one of the linchpins of their defense as linebacker Lance Briggs, down with a rib injury that he