What we learned from the Chicago Bears loss to the Buccaneers

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What we learned from the Chicago Bears 29-7 blowout loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The  Chicago Bears left Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with an 0-2 record after losing the game by a score of 29-7. The Chicago Bears never led in the game, and they were never really in the game. The team did not look strong in any facet, especially on offense.

Now, those penalties are just in the first half, which is completely unacceptable. The Chicago Bears are not good enough to overcome their own players shooting themselves in the foot. In my opinion, this is just a lack of discipline, which is a direct reflection of head coach John Fox.

Speaking of Fox, a lot of the problems in this game deal with him. Surprised? I would not be. He is a lame duck, and I would have left him behind at the stadium if I was in charge. Good thing that is not the case.

Let’s dive into some of the major lessons that we learned from the game against the Bucs. Will the Chicago Bears learn from their mistakes next week against the Pittsburgh Steelers? That question will be answered next Sunday at Soldier Field.