First the bad news (and theres a lot of it):
Once again the Bears offense that spoke of itself all offseason and preseason as explosive is every bit of that -- except in the way that a firecracker is particularly explosive and destructive whe
The injury casualties this season may have an unintended but crucial benefit for the 2013 Bears.
The surprise move in the 2013 draft will be if the Bears do not select an offensive lineman in the first or second round, possibly both.
The offense started in a huge hole, partly its own making, and finished with perhaps the most meaningless 438 yards in recent memory.