By Henry McKenna
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — If last week’s loss against the Miami Dolphins was “unacceptable, unacceptable, unacceptable,” then what was this?
The euphoria of consecutive road wins at San Francisco and New York, after the latter of which marked the only time the Bears have been above .500 in more than a month, has lon
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.
The Bears had their initial starting five offensive linemen back together for the Miami game, for the first time since the opener against Buffalo.