Bears Hit a Bump in the Road With Loss to the Packers

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Sep 22, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman before the game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

I have said it before and I will say it again and I will keep saying it until I can’t say it anymore…

Trust the process.

As of my count, we are approximately 20 games into the Marc Trestman era. His record as a Head Coach stands at 10-10. There have been some crazy, awesome highs (starting 3-0 and beating GB last year) and some ridiculously bad lows (the last 2 games from last season).

Trestman took over a team that had finished 10-6 the year before but missed the playoffs. It was a team that was incomplete and full of holes. There was absolutely zero offensive continuity and the defense was just waiting to act its age.

Last season the offense was a bright spot while the defense set all time record lows for performance.

It was the best of times and the worst of times, literally.

This year has seen its share of highs and lows and we’ve only played 4 games.

The Bears are 2-2, and if memory serves me correctly, that is where a lot of pundits and talking heads had them after these first 4 games.

Personally, I am more frustrated with the loss to Buffalo than I am the loss to those green and gold goobers from the north. Buffalo is a habitual bottom dweller while Green Bay is still the king of the NFCN until proven otherwise.

If anything, the loss to GB did the Bears a favor, by exposing some of their weakness early in the season which will give them a chance to fix some things and clean up their play.

I don’t mind going 14-2…