After watching that, go do something more fun — like the dishes, for instance.
Jay Cutler, Pernell McPhee and the Bears’ coaching beat the Chiefs on Sunday.
The Bears are trying to establish a new, more accountable culture under new coaches, and even a handful of victories can create important scaffolding on which to get it built.
How bad was it for Chicago? Well, punter Pat O’Donnell had a career day.
If Week 1 was a moral victory for Chicago, Week 2 reminded us that’s a weak idea.
There will be more long days for the Bears, but at least they’re competent and watchable already.
Like Fox’s words, the Bears’ timeline for a return to respectability is unclear.
Even for fans who pay close attention, there’s little time to react to line-drive foul balls.
For reasons that remain unclear, NFL folks continue to think lying is fundamentally integral to winning games. It’s not.
It’s an enormous story, but there’s little for anyone to do.
It’s not a crisis and context is everything — but this sure is ugly of late.
The Lightning are going to extreme lengths to keep Blackhawks fans out of Amalie Arena.
This is bad for the Bears, casting a pall of doubt and distrust over every level of ownership and management, just at the time new energy from the very top spurred the kind of regime change that inspired fans to embrace some hope.
There’s a reason why Rose lost his aggressiveness as the Bulls’ season ended meekly last week.
This Blackhawks regime hasn’t let money affect goalie decisions before.
The experts believe Bryant will be a difference-maker, if not a star, immediately.
Which is worse?
Which is worse?