Few Bears have gone down as many different paths as Shea McClellin and races are not won before the quarter pole.
Another area that wore down being left on the field by a Bears offense that managed just nine minutes and 23 seconds of possession time in the second half.
Breakdowns were numerous and widespread, with another week without an interception by a defensive back and only two passes broken up, one of those by a backup.
In a possible game-changing play, Pernell McPhee missed a sack with a free run at Cardinals QB Carson Palmer on a brilliantly devised rush scheme – four edge rushers as the defensive line – that s
Tipping points come unexpectedly.