The Miami Dolphins went into Sunday's game against the Bears with a minus-1 turnover differential, which ranked 21st in the NFL.
The overall ineptness of the offense had enough fault to go around, and the receivers take a share of it.
Losing rarely builds character. It usually does, however, reveal it.
The Miami Dolphins were kind enough to give the Bears a franchise/Hall of Fame-caliber wide receiver when they traded Brandon Marshall to them in 2012 for a couple of third-round draft picks.
The 2014 cause-effect issue has pretty clear: Jay Cutler throws interceptions, Bears lose. Jay Cutler goes pick-free, Bears win.