1. Luke Getsy did not help the Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears needed to see more from Luke Getsy. We thought that the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator got better down the stretch, and he started to play to his players' strengths, rather than instilling his system. On Sunday, it felt like he went right back to putting the square pegs into round holes and trying to force his system around the scheme.
First, Luke Getsy did not get D.J. Moore the football. Whether it was a screen, a go route on play one just asking Justin Fields to throw it deep, or even an end-around, or something to get the ball in his hands early, he needed to be there. He was not a piece of the system; he was a game-breaker that they added this offseason to change things. The Chicago Bears need to treat him that way.
They need to get Justin Fields out on the move and away from that interior offensive line. They need to be more creative with how they use the skill sets of their running backs. Luke Getsy looked as rusty as all of the players did. This was a big issue, and we can only hope that it does not take him until week seven to adjust this week.