Please forgive me. This report card would’ve come out sooner, but I had to get myself together after seeing this massacre and coming to the realization that the Chicago Bears’ season is quickly going down the drain. Although the 31-17 drubbing against the Dallas Cowboys was expected by most people, it still hurts to see a team that is constantly struggling to find their identity (even if they are dealing with injuries).
The Bears (0-3) tried to make the best of their current situation, but Chicago’s offense was stuck in neutral starting the game with two three-and-outs, while the defense allowed the Cowboys (2-1) to score the first 17 points of the contest. Even facing two rookies in quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott seemed to be too much of a task.
If you can cope with the pain of being zero for the season thus far, take a look at how the Bears panned out in Week 3.