They're not everything that has to go right, but if the Bears are to win a fifth straight opener, the opinion is that this trio of keys will go a long way towards keeping the Buffalo Bills winless
SEATTLE — The good news for the Bears in their Friday nightmare in the Northwest is that at least they got multiple looks at candidates for kickoff returner.
The perfect preseason test for the Bears quickly turned into the perfect nightmare.
With 5 minutes still to play in the third quarter, special-teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis had his arms over his head in frustration. He had cause to feel exasperated.
Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles offense sliced the Bears apart in a 54-11 throttling in Week 16 last season.