Against a top-five defense against the run that was allowing just 3.7 yards per carry, and a pass rush ranked fourth in sack rate (third in total sacks), the Bears’ front enabled the offense to ru
Sometimes football is exceedingly complex; schemes, concepts, formations, whatever. Other times it is remarkably simple, at least at its core:
Blocking throughout was overall solid, at times outstanding and at times a little shaky, but the offense was getting yardage into the fourth quarter against one of the top run defenses in the NFL
We're one week shy of the official halfway point of the Bears' season, but because the team is off, why not use this bye week quiet time as a good time to evaluate things at the "halfway" point?