Chicago needs to find a way to disrupt the rhythm of New England’s passing game.
Marc Trestman explains Sunday’s curious decisions and confusion.
Chicago is now 0-4 when Jay Cutler commits a turnover.
The Bears’ worst enemy right now seems to be themselves.
How the Bears have gone 0-3 at their hostile home venue of Soldier Field remains a great mystery.
Chicago is 3-4, with little consistency or direction.
Through six games, the Bears’ defense ranks 10th against the run.
A win in Atlanta was the most complete game Chicago has played all season.
The Bears’ linebacking corps has been hit hard by injury.
Jeremiah Ratliff is recovering from a concussion.
Briggs, Williams, Bostic and McClellin all sat out Wednesday’s practice.
The Bears are playing their third different offensive line combination in 2014.
Roberto Garza and Sherrick McManis are questionable against the Panthers.
Jermon Bushrod has a knee injury, and his status for Sunday is unclear.
Allen’s streak of 113 consecutive starts has been snapped.
Plus, Chris Conte says Sunday is “just another” game.
Both teams want to establish a running game, but will they eschew it for the pass?
Also, Aaron Kromer says the Bears won’t run the ball out of an obligation to be balanced.
At one point, Chicago turned to rookie Brock Vereen and newly signed Ahmad Dixon at safety.
Kyle Fuller, Will Sutton, Ego Ferguson and Co. are making names for themselves.