3 moves the Chicago Bears need to make after pathetic loss
By Joseph Herff
The Chicago Bears need to change some things up
The game on Monday Night Football was downright embarrassing, to say the least. Frankly, the only bright part of the game was Eddie Jackson finally didn’t get a touchdown of his called back. Too bad the touchdown didn’t matter as the Chicago Bears were already getting blown out.
The Los Angeles Rams schemed perfectly for the Bears: plain and simple. On top of that, head coach Matt Nagy did them no favors with his usual boneheaded play calls, horrible personnel groupings, and his inability to prepare his team for games.
But alas, for now, we are stuck with Nagy. The Bears need to find a way to win with Nagy at the moment, and currently, this roster isn’t cutting it. This team could easily miss the playoffs after starting the season 5-2 and could finish 8-8.
Granted, the Bears do have some solid wins with wins over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Carolina Panthers, and Detroit Lions. This doesn’t change the fact the offense right now is truly unacceptable. There are many people to blame for that, but for now, they can only try and retool for the playoff run they are trying to make this season.
There isn’t a lot the Bears can do right now, but there are some moves they can make to improve this roster immediately.