Chicago Bears’ Biggest Disappointments at Season’s Quarter Mark

September 30, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Four games down, 12 to remain in the Chicago Bears' season. 
As most of us thought, the Bears are 2-2 through the first four, doing it in a way very few of us thought. 
The Bears were supposed to beat the Buffalo Buffalo in Week 1, lose to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 2, beat the New York Jets in Week 3 and lose to the Green Bay Packers in Week 4. 
There have been highs and lows. 
The highs include a four-touchdown game for Jay Cutler in the Week 2 second-half comeback win over the 49ers, the play of rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller and the Pro Bowl-caliber season tight end Martellus Bennett is having.
The lows include a loss to the Packers where the Bears couldn't get any sort of pass rush on Aaron Rodgers, recording zero quarterback hits in the game, also allowing the Packers go through the entire game without punting the ball. All of the injuries suffered have also been a big downer for this team. 
Anyway, let's not pick on the ...

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