It was ugly, but Sunday’s win was commendable for Chicago.
Chicago’s game plan isn’t taking advantage of its offensive advantages.
Chicago must replicate its second-half play moving forward.
Public sentiment has turned on Bucs quarterback Josh McCown.
The chorus of boos at the halftime whistle was much louder than the Bears’ play. Chicago trailed Tampa Bay 10-0 and should have been losing by more.
It’s still hard to feel that things are on the upswing for the now 5-6 Bears.
Mere moments before kickoff at Soldier Field, the emotions finally set in for Josh McCown.
If nothing else, Sunday ended a popular Josh McCown narrative.
Matt Forte rushed for two touchdowns in the third quarter, and the Bears spoiled Lovie Smith’s return to Chicago.
Chicago must stay patient against Tampa Bay’s Cover-2 defense.
Tampa Bay’s defense is designed to make foes dink and dunk their way downfield.
It’s an all-22 look at how the Bears have attacked the Tampa-2 this year.
Plus, Lance Briggs says Lovie Smith “should be remembered as one of the great coaches in Chicago.”
“I don’t need anything validated this week,” Smith says.
The Bears’ season can’t get worse, right? Oh yes it can.
A preseason sleeper, the Bucs’ 2-8 start has been a major disappointment.
There’s so much to consider with this mess that the Bears have become.
With the end near, does Briggs remember all that the Bears have done for him?
If you’re hoping to compete for a Super Bowl, we can learn a lot from a coach’s first two years.
Where does Marc Trestman rate in the post-George Halas era?