NASHVILLE – The Blackhawks preach the need to play complete games often; they reiterate that when they don’t do just that.
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.
The continuing and growing issue of penalty flags materially affecting both game times and outcomes has been escalating from the beginning of the preseason.
The consequences of injuries on the Bears’ offensive line have not been dire but they have been apparent.
The first quarter of the 2014 Bears season already has an anomaly in the tradition of the Bears losing all five 2013 games in which Alshon Jeffery compiled 100 or more receiving yards.