Penalties are only one measure of NFL behavior, an indicator of discipline or lack thereof.
Creating a firestorm around a team that has already had too many of them this season will not cost Aaron Kromer his job as Bears offensive coordinator for at least the immediate future.
For those of you who still like fantasy football, congratulations on your first round playoff victory.
No one had any realistic expectation that the Bears would pick themselves up from the rubble of the 2014 season and reach the playoffs with a closing sprint.
What happened in Detroit in the 34-17 loss to the Lions moved the Bears within realistic range of a 10-loss season, something that hasn’t happened since Lovie Smith’s inaugural