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We can’t help ourselves getting excited for the dawn of a new football season thinking it’s going to be different. Reality sets in. Losses pile up. And everything seems broken once again at Halas Hall, Marc Silverman writes.
Justin Fields criticized the Bears' coaching staff Wednesday. “They wanted me to work on staying in the pocket during the offseason,” Fields said. He's frustrated that they're not building the offense around his strengths.
Bears starting left tackle Braxton Jones is going on injured reserve with a neck injury, head coach Matt Eberflus announced Wednesday. Larry Borom could step into a starting role Sunday against the Chiefs.
The Bears have lost 12 straight games and Matt Eberflus is now 3-16 as an NFL head coach. With the Chiefs up next, this streak seems unlikely to end this week. Here are the other numbers, stats and figures that stand out this week.
The Bears suffered through a 27-17 loss in Tampa and performed well in few aspects. Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss if it’s time to worry about Ryan Poles, Matt Eberflus, Justin Fields and just about everyone else inside Halas Hall.
Matt Eberflus said the Bears had plenty of missed opportunities to take control of their 27-17 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Here's everything Eberflus has to say Monday, one day after the team's 12 straight loss dating back to last season.
History has not been kind to NFL teams that begin the season 0-2. The Bears played better Sunday in Tampa, but there remains a lot that needs to be cleaned up.
With the game on the line, Bucs pass rusher Shaquil Barrett picked off a Justin Fields screen pass and returned it for a touchdown. The Bears dropped to 0-2 on a frustrating afternoon in Tampa.
Justin Fields and the Bears had the football late Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a chance to tie or win the game. Instead, the Bears head home with their 12th consecutive loss dating back to last season. Here’s what you need to know from the 27-17 loss.
The Bears offense is already under a microscope If Justin Fields and the Bears are going to turn it around on offense, here are three things that need to improve.
The Bears look to rebound after a disappointing Week 1 performance against Green Bay. Next up is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Here are five storylines to watch going into the game.
Do the Bears need to change their game plan or just execute better? Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors get you ready for a Week 2 matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy doesn't look at his play calling as aggressive or conservative. He said he looks for matchups the Bears can exploit. "We have to coach it better," Getsy said. "We have to make sure that guys execute it better."
"My greatest fear against the Packers came true," Marc Silverman writes. "While most players were available, the Bears weren’t ready to play. There’s a big difference."
After watching the tape, Bears QB Justin Fields said he felt he played 'too conservative' in Sunday's loss to the Packers. Head coach Matt Eberflus would like his QB to keep looking for receivers downfield when he scrambles.