Chicago Bears: These were the biggest disappointments from Week 7

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Final thoughts on Week 7: Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Thankfully, it’s over now.

The entire game just felt like a fever dream that wouldn’t end.

Each time I looked at the screen, it seemed like Tom Brady and the Buccs’ offense were in the red zone or Justin Fields was getting sacked.

It was an incredibly disappointing football game to watch, and it was one that could’ve cost Matt Nagy his head coaching job.

The lack of preparation starts and ends with Nagy. There’s absolutely no way you can go out against an also banged-up Buccs team and play as poorly as the Chicago Bears did.

The only real bright spots of the game included the defense, as they played with heart the whole game; and honestly, a lot of those points shouldn’t be completely indicative of that defense’s performance. The other bright spot was Khalil Herbert once again.

Against one of the league’s stingiest run-defenses, Khalil Herbert gashed them for 100 yards– the only player to do so this season so far. To say this kid is shining bright would be an understatement. He’s been just about the only form of positive offense besides Fields from time to time.

Next. 3 strikes against the Bears coaching staff. dark

Week 8 should hopefully be an easier task than Week 7 proposed, however, with what the Bears are currently showing, I have no idea what to think going against the San Francisco 49ers on Halloween… it could end up being a horror movie of its own.