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Chicago Bears: These were the biggest disappointments from Week 6

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After a heartbreaking loss to the owner of Chicago and Co. – the Green Bay Packers – some things are beginning to become clear for the Chicago Bears.

What’s the current identity of the Chicago Bears after Week 6, sitting at 3-3?

Two absolute musts for this team are to learn how to A.) tackle; and B.) finish drives with points.

This is yet another game where the Chicago Bears don’t break a score of 20– something they’ve only been able to do half their games this season. Along with that, it’s another game where the defense plays well for a majority, yet common names make themselves a focal point for the wrong reasons.

Now, I’ll be the first to say that the Chicago Bears didn’t play awful today; in fact, they were still absolutely in the game going into the second half. Considering it was only 10-7 going into the half shows a lot more good than it does bad. Holding the Green Bay Packers to 24 is the lowest they’ve been held to this whole season, minus Week 1’s awful 3-point performance against the New Orleans Saints.

However, this is the disappointing article of the week, so looking at the glass half full is not on the menu.

Yes, the game was close on the scoreboard, but in all honesty, there were a handful of reasons this game went poorly for the Chicago Bears.

And before I even get into the list of the three most disappointing Chicago Bears of Week 6, I want to say that the officiating of the game was bad for both sides. The reason it seems like it favored Green Bay was that they won.

Were there big-time missed calls for the Chicago Bears? Absolutely, yes. However, there was also a judgment call with an interception in the end zone that went the Chicago Bears’ way, as well as Khalil Herbert’s controversial 4th down conversion.

So, while other Bears fans might point the finger at the striped fellas, I think they were just flat-out not a good crew for either team. That seems like the rational thing to consider, in my opinion.

With all that out of the way, it’s time to dive into my list of the most disappointing Chicago Bears of Week 6.