Chicago Bears: These were the biggest disappointments from Week 14

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Before anything is said, let’s call a spade a spade — the Chicago Bears aren’t better than the Green Bay Packers this year. In all honesty, that could even be said for the majority of the last decade at least.

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No, that’s not a revolutionary take. However, it drives home the point that the Chicago Bears weren’t likely to win this game, so with a loss being the outcome, I’m able to handle it better than a loss to, say, the Detroit Lions— which was almost a reality last week.

During this game, I even found myself muttering, “Yep, makes sense,” after the likely happened.

Seeing Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have their way with the Chicago Bears is no new Thursday/Sunday/Monday tradition. In fact, last night’s loss brought the head-to-head record between two of the oldest NFL franchises to 94-102. Yep, 102 losses to the Green Bay Packers. You’d think Bears fans get it by now, but nope.

To be honest, it’d be kind of boring if each game that was expected to go one way did. That’s why the phrase “Any given Sunday” comes into play. Was it this Sunday? No, but maybe the next one!

With all this being said, let’s get into the meat and potatoes of which Chicago Bears really disappointed this week.