With the Chicago Bears going into this week against the Los Angeles Rams, the status of this game had plenty of opportunity for disappointing fans. Whether it was the decision to start Andy Dalton over Justin Fields, the injury status of Eddie Goldman, or the many other little things that Chicago Bears fans love to critique on their couch, there was plenty of opportunities for the Bears to disappoint, and unfortunately, they took that opportunity and ran with it.
Which Chicago Bears players disappointed most against the Los Angeles Rams?
Now, I’m not walking away from this scot-free, as I’ve definitely had my “what are you doing?!” moments as a fan seeing how the front office has made some questionable decisions as of late, however, that’s not what this is about.
This is about which Chicago Bears player(s) disappointed most this week against the Los Angeles Rams. Starting the year off on this note– regardless of how good the opponent is– was itself a disappointment. We’ll get into the reasons later, but with all things considered from this game, fans have a justified position to be disappointed.
And unfortunately, folks, this one is going to hurt a little bit. Buckle up, and let’s cope together, as I break down the most disappointing Bears of Week 1.