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“We’d have some problems” if a coach did that in Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers says.
Let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of Week 15. Here are the four takeaways you need to know from Sunday.
Rodgers’ numbers are mesmerizing.
This was just another ugly sight in a Bears season full of them.
Everyone involved was aware a breakup was coming.
There are a lot of dumb teams in the NFL. Make some deals with them, Bears.
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Wins only hurt draft positioning, but as constructed, tanking isn’t really an option.
“These people are all cowards,” Ditka says.
There’s so much to consider with this mess that the Bears have become.
The Bears defense has been historically awful.
The only medicine for this loss is laughter.
If Phil Emery and Marc Trestman get canned, Ted Phillips should too.
Jarrett Boykin got his foot on a Bears punt before Pat O’Donnell did.
Aaron Rodgers basically rewrote the history books Sunday night.
Editors and writers had to dig deep into their list of adjectives to describe Chicago’s loss on Sunday night.
“I am extrememly confident in our staff,” Marc Trestman says.
“We blew some coverages on the back end starting with myself,” Jennings said.
From the very top of the organization to the 53rd player on the roster, the Bears are broken.
This must be what rock bottom feels like for Chicago.