Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers team grades: Bad all around

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Aside from one surprise, no unit played particularly well for the Chicago Bears in Sunday’s 23-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers.

Here it is again: we should’ve seen that coming from the Chicago Bears.

More so than any other team in this town, they specialize in getting fans’ hopes up just to disappoint them in the most misery-inducing ways.

Also, it’s not like this is the first time the Bears have laid down a clunker against the Green Bay Packers coming out of a bye week.

This performance wasn’t as bad as that one in 2014, of course. But in terms of absolutely destroying all optimism, it’s pretty close.

Now, find me someone who really thinks this team can magically go 6-1 and somehow have a shot at the playoffs. If you can’t beat the Aaron Rodgers-less Packers at home, that notion makes no sense.

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Even the “real” fans who believe the Bears will win every game can’t even believe that.

Once again, the Bears just reminded us that they’re not a good football team. Period. End of discussion.

And while I think that may overwhelmingly be due to how poorly this team is coached, they also just don’t have the personnel, especially on offense, to be taken seriously yet. Plus, the Bears could still use a player or two on defense to truly make them elite.

Here’s a quick look at how each unit played yesterday.