In Monday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Chicago Bears seemed to not come close to righting any of their wrongs from the previous week. The Bears ended their 2016 home opener with a disappointing 29-14 loss to the Eagles, and are now 0-2. This loss might have been worse than the previous week’s for a number of reasons.
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Coming into this contest against Philadelphia, Chicago virtually had a clean list of injured players. But by game’s end, seven Bears were sidelined. On top of that, the offense turned the ball over three times, while the defense allowed three touchdowns in the second half. As a result, Chicago added another home loss to their current abysmal home record dating back to 2014.
As ugly as it may be, let’s take a look at the Bears’ grades for Week 2.