Cale's Corner

The Bears looked like they are not on the same page, the offense looks broken, the amount of dysfunction that occurred in this game on that side of the ball was insanity, the defense not being able to stop Jonathon Taylor, and more. What happens now? Matt Nagy's security blanket(to deflect blame) is not there in Mitch Trubisky. How can Nagy blame someone else other than himself for this loss?


The Colts have the best defense in the NFL, they lead the league in almost every defensive statistic there is, but there is no excuse for only scoring 3 points until the Colts moved into prevent defense. The 3-1 Chicago Bears don't have any positive momentum heading into a short week. Nick Foles missed a lot of throws, some deep, some short. 


Back to who to blame. The Bears completely abandoned the run game, passing the ball 42 times when the Colts secondary where all over the Bears skill players. Is it the game plan that is broken, or the scheme that doesn't work, or is it just bad play calls in certain spots of the game? I can recall a specific play on a third and long, where Nagy called a 4 yard outright, whereas promised wasn't going anywhere; If you have any answers please tell me. 


The Bears have a short week heading into Week 5 against Tampa Bay, who looks like they aren't firing on all cylinders, but are still winning games. Thursday Night will come too fast, and  I have a feeling of disappointment. 

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