3. Is Tremaine Edmunds officially a bad signing for the Chicago Bears?
Thursday night was so fun because so many players got to release their frustration. The pass rush got home, and Gervom Dexter stepped up. Tyrique Stevenson made plays against Terry McLaurin, and Terell Smith looked confident.
Justin Fields and D.J. Moore have their mojo back, and the offensive line looked good. Then, there is Tremaine Edmunds. If you watch Edmunds, he is still playing poorly. He is missing tackles, he is overdiagnosing some plays, and he is far too slow to diagnose others.
He is not helping the team in any way, and more than that, you could argue he is hurting the team. It is five games, he did not have much preseason time, and the rest of the unit has been shuffling around him. Still, he is a high-paid star. He came to a team known for linebackers, and he signed with Matt Eberflus, a former linebackers coach. He has to be so much better to pay off what the Chicago Bears thought of him. So far, he has been the biggest disappointment of the year.