When the Bears line up against the Minnesota Vikings next season, there'll be a new head coach across the way.
Reflecting on a previous disastrous performance and loss, Jay Cutler cut right to the chase:
"It was the weirdest day I've ever seen in my life." -- Mike Ditka
The Bears this season already defeated more teams .500 or better (Green Bay, Dallas, Cincinnati, Baltimore) than they did all last season (Cincinnati, Dallas, Green Bay).
The matchups look good on paper: Chicago with 6-6 Martellus Bennett, 6-4 Brandon Marshall, 6-3 Alshon Jeffery vs. a Philadelphia secondary that has three 6-footers and a 5-11 safety.