By Dan Bernstein-

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(CBS) I think I now understand how Lance Briggs feels. I get it.

We’re all “phasing out” when Bears coaches talk now and watching the clock for when they’re done babbling incomprehensibly. Our eyes glaze over as Marc Trestman drones about how good everybody looks in practice and Mel Tucker sputters about making the same corrections he’s been promising for weeks, each of them seeing a world the rest of us don’t.

There’s a game Sunday, but actually discussing matchups and lineups and formations and active rosters seems pointless when the whole operation is so fundamentally broken.

If it’s this hard to take from the outside, we can only imagine how it must feel to arrive there for work and have to listen to these boobs all day because it’s your job.

Dan Bernstein is a co-host of 670 The Score’s “Boers and Bernstein Show” in afternoon drive. Follow him on Twitter @dan_bernstein and read more of his columns here.