Zaidman: Bears Resiliency Shines

(WSCR)  When the Bears gave up 10 points in the final two minutes of the first half against the Eagles to tie the game, it looked as though their collapse was imminent.

The Bears, however, showed what they were made of and took down the Eagles, improving to 5-3.

“I think the resiliency was a big story for the Bears,” Zaidman told The Mully and Hanley Show. “It looked like the game escaped them, especially near the end of the first half. That was the first point where (the Eagles) came back and tied the game at ten. The Bears found a way to rally twice to win on the road in a real hostile road environment. That’s the thing that impressed me more than anything else.”

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  • Stephen

    “it looked as though their collapse was eminent.”

    You mean “imminent,” right?

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