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I can’t believe we’re here. It's not even the end of September and I’m writing about a new coach and possibly a new QB, while the Bears are an underdog to a team that is 0-3 and just lost by 50, Marc Silverman writes.
The Bears couldn't hang with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. Here are the five big takeaways from the game.
There was a party at Arrowhead Stadium and the Bears weren't invited. The Chiefs just showed the Bears what good football looks like. “You can see on their side: The flow is so natural,” receiver Darnell Mooney said.
Regardless of what the response was, Justin Fields spoke his mind this week. Now, the onus is on Fields, Luke Getsy and Matt Eberflus to figure out how the Bears should adjust the offense.
Matt Eberflus said the Bears are respecting the space of former defensive coordinator Alan Williams, who resigned this week. “I have, you know, a lot of friendship. I have feelings for him," Eberflus said in his first public comments since Williams resigned.
While no news broke regarding the exact reason for the sudden resignation of Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams on Wednesday, ESPN host Pat McAfee claimed Thursday at least one rumor that quickly spread across social media is true.
Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams resigned unexpectedly Wednesday. Here's what to know about the situation at Halas Hall.
Ryan Poles addressed the media Thursday and noted that the Bears have faced adversity this week. He reiterated his support for Matt Eberflus and Justin Fields.
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.
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 are back in action Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Stay here all game long, too, for live updates.
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."
The film from Sunday's season opener showed a Chase Claypool who displayed little ability to block his opponents and, at times, no desire to even try. Bears coach Matt Eberflus said he had a sit-down meeting with Claypool about his blocking.
No Aaron Rodgers, no problem. Quarterback Jordan Love tossed three touchdowns, and the Packers dominated the Bears 38-20 to open the 2023 season at Soldier Field. Here’s what you need to know:
The Bears spent the offseason revamping the offensive line. Finally, Week 1 is here. It's time to start seeing the results of those efforts. Are the Bears young tackles good enough? Can Lucas Patrick hold things down at center? Here's what to expect.