The Chicago Bears have looked shaky so far in their three road performances. Can they play a complete road game?
The Chicago Bears will enter their fourth road game of the season sitting at 1-2. They have seemingly been a different team on the road compared to at home.
While they were able to get off to a hot start against the Green Bay Packers. They saw the bright lights of a road win distract them and turn a 20-7 lead into a loss. It could be argued that with Matt Nagy and his coaching staff preparing all season to make a statement against Green Bay led to the hot start, and that the team really struggled once that wore off.
Then, they went to Arizona to take on the Cardinals. The Bears offense dug a lead, tried to crawl out of it and just barely did to beat the Cardinals. Then, the Miami game with a blown lead and missed chances on multiple occasions, leading to another loss to a Brock Osweiler led team.
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The fact of the matter is that the Chicago Bears have not been good on the road. Sure, they are playing Nate Peterman. Still, this is a team that lost to Brock Osweiler and Sam Bradford.
Peterman is the level of quarterback where these two actually look like upgrades. Still, it is fair to say that the Chicago Bears have not proven that they can blow a team out on the road. Even a bad team.
Buffalo has a sneaky home field advantage. They also have a stronger defense than the Dolphins or the Cardinals. This is not the pushover spot that some may be saying it is.
The Chicago Bears need a full effort, and need to attack from start to finish to put this team away in their own building