Amid a dismal 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Bears were left in a complicated state of rage, uncertainty, frustration and nearly every other negative emotion.
Just as the Bears did last week against the Carolina Panthers, their secondary may feel a little like there’s something familiar when they line up across from the Atlanta Falcons.
The Bears would rather be preparing for Super Bowl XLVII this week, but instead got the chance to watch their defense play in the annual Pro Bowl.
DETROIT (AP) Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears held on late against turnover-prone Detroit.
Then, the waiting began.