Bowen: Can't Take Points Off The BoardThe Bears may have only put up three points in their loss to the Chiefs on Sunday, but the opportunities to score were certainly there.
Reverse Game BallInstead of giving the game ball to the best player, this week's game ball goes to the worst player.
Silverman: Roy Williams Worth His Weight In Fool’s GoldThe Bears were in the process of mounting a comeback against the Chiefs that might have allowed them to turn a galling defeat into a wipe-your-brow victory.
Buffone: 'It Was A Nightmare'The Bears 10-3 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday has one former Bear questioning whether or not he'll ever watch a football game again.
Miller: No Question, Williams Has To Catch The BallIn a game that featured two anemic offenses, the Bears still had an opportunity to tie the game late in the fourth quarter.
Bernstein: The Horror, The Horror We may never recover from this. It has happened.
Hoge's Notebook: Hail Mary Dooms BearsSunday’s 10-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs was so ugly, it will likely go down as one of the worst home losses in Bears’ history.
Shepkowski: The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Bears-ChiefsA week ago, it was understandable to remain optimistic about the Bears chances going forward, despite obvious issues. This week, it's impossible.
Shepkowski: The Good, Bad and Ugly Of Bears-ChargersJust over a month ago, the Bears were 2-3 and looked to be headed for disappointment. Five wins later, they seem like a legitimate player in the NFC race after another rather impressive showing against San Diego on Sunday. That is, if they are able to overcome Jay Cutler’s broken thumb.
Cutler Leads Bears Past Chargers, 31-20Cutler threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns, and the Bears won their fifth straight, beating Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers 31-20 on Sunday.
Angelo: Roy Williams Controls His FutureBears general manager Jerry Angelo said Williams’ future in the NFL is completely up to the performance of the veteran wide receiver.