The Bears came out of Sunday’s 23-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills, a defeat rife with self-destructive performances, and promptly pointed fingers rather than the thumb.
When the Bears lost No. 3 wide receiver Marquess Wilson to a broken collarbone on Aug. 4, little did they know it would have a domino effect on the rest of their receiving corps.
The Bills operated extensively out of nickel packages, forcing the Bears into using Jonathan Bostic extensively and taking D.J.
It was a case of Déjà vu for Bears free safety Chris Conte in Chicago's season-opening loss to the Buffalo Bills.