Chicago Bears: These were the biggest disappointments from Week 3

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Disappointing Chicago Bear No. 2: Chicago Bears’ Offense

While this is somewhat of a piggyback off the prior disappointing Chicago Bear, the offense as a whole deserves their own crown.

Let’s look at some disappointing stats, shall we?

Yikes. Can you believe things are just getting started and we will continue to see worse as we go down this list? Now let’s compare the Bears’ total yards to the Browns’, shall we?

Not good. Not good at all. That’s nearly nine times as many yards for the Browns as it is for the Chicago Bears. Come on offense!

Yuck, some more. This could be why this happened. Where is the game planning? Where is the execution?

Finally, here is a look at what Matt Nagy has brought to the table. Those are some rough offensive productive games, but this past one, well that’s a fireable offense.

To say the offense didn’t shine brightly is almost illegally underselling how poor they performed. They were too dull to cut through room-temperature butter.

Now, does some of this fall under play-calling? Abso-explitive-lutely. Everything that even looked towards the offense is now old, cold, and full of mold.

The only positive thing about this game pertaining to the offense is that Justin Fields didn’t finish this game drinking his dinner through a straw. Fields looked like a matador in a bull-ring of 11 hungry bulls, where his only protection came from himself.

Receivers weren’t getting open, the line had its problems that I shook my fist at earlier, and David Montgomery was just about as good as he could’ve been with such minimal blocking or scheming.

Now, my coaching extent doesn’t go above playing Madden, so it’s tough to say that I’d do a better job, but all I’m going to say is that I’ve never put up only 47 yards in a game — just saying.

Here’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for and chanting for with pitchforks: The third and final biggest disappointing Chicago Bear of Week 3.