By Chris Emma–
CHICAGO (CBS) — It seemed so methodical, like the Bears could do no wrong.READ MORE: Jussie Smollett Returns To Witness Stand, Again Denies Hiring Osundairo Brothers To Stage Attack; 'There Was No Hoax'
Four plays, 61 yards, less than two minutes, seven points. Jay Cutler hit passes to his big-target receivers, Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, then finished with a touchdown strike to the tight end, Martellus Bennett. The tone seemed to be set. But then the success stopped.
The Bears couldn’t finish drives consistently, with three turnovers and too many mistakes proving to be the difference in a 23-20 season-opening loss to Buffalo in overtime at Soldier Field on Sunday.
“We just kept stubbing our toe on certain things throughout the game,” Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said. “(Those are) things we have to clean up.”