If the Bears keep four running backs – something they’ve rarely done without one being a fullback – then some roster decisions won’t have to be made.
Bears head coach John Fox said this week that his idea of a good offensive performance would be a nice 12-play touchdown drive. He didn’t get quite what he’d hoped for.
The first unit had breakdowns and penalties, allowing a 14-play drive on Miami’s first possession, but after that, very little, with backup units producing four takeaways.
Everybody always talks about how much faster the NFL is compared to college football.
What coach John Fox intended to serve as an unofficial fifth preseason “game” – about a dozen full-hitting plays for each of the three offensive and defensive units – revealed a Bears defense that