Overreaction Monday: Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs

In a week filled with multiple storylines not pertaining to the play of the team itself, the Chicago Bears came out and gave Taylor Swift a true sighting of what they're capable of. And it's not much. After a performance like this, there's plenty to overreact to.

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Overreaction No. 1: Are the Chicago Bears the worst team in the NFL?

While it might be seen as a spicy take after a big loss, it's important to ask the question. Sure, it can be an overreaction, but the Arizona Cardinals had legit tanking allegations prior to the season, and they're a 1-2 team averaging 24 points per game.

The Chicago Bears, who had a lot of hype heading into this season, are now convincingly 0-3 averaging just above 15 points per game.

Well, those are just offensive stats. Surely, the Chicago Bears have a solid defense under their defensive-minded head coach, Matt Eberflus.

Let's take a look!

The allegedly tanking Arizona Cardinals have given up approximately 22 points per game, while the Chicago Bears have given up 35 points per game.

So, while it's a reality that most Bears fans likely want to avoid, it might be worth it to mock the Chicago Bears to have the first-overall pick again this upcoming draft.