The Chicago offense ranks slightly higher (14th in yardage, 20th in scoring) than the defense (18th in yardage, 29th in points allowed).
Whether it is too late or not remains to play out over the next nine weeks or so.
The Bears won’t be making any changes to their beleaguered coaching staff, their roster via trades or even in the structure of their game-planning in the run-up to the trip to Green Bay to face th
Matt Forte had 103 combined yards and a TD in the first half, which warranted a monumental “who cares?” just because of the carnage everywhere else on offense, defense an
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.