Chicago Bears: Winners and losers from loss to Packers

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Once again, the Chicago Bears found a way to lose to the Green Bay Packers. Let’s look at some winners and losers from the game.

The Chicago Bears have suffered many bad losses to the Green Bay Packers, yet somehow they manage to find different ways to lose. It started out nicely with a 20-0 lead, but of course, Aaron Rodgers happened. Rodgers led a miraculous comeback throwing three touchdowns, which were caught by Geronimo Allison, Davante Adams and Randall Cobb.

There was so much that went wrong in the second half of this game. Before I get into the winners and losers of this game, I want to give you all a message as the Bears head into week two. It’s something that the man that wears number 12 for Green Bay once said: r-e-l-a-x. Relax.

The Bears had a tremendous offseason and it showed on Sunday night. Of course, the outcome wasn’t what we all wanted. However, did you see how much talent was on the field for the Bears? Offensively and defensively there are playmakers all over the field.

It’s now head coach Matt Nagy’s job to figure out the best ways to utilize all of that talent. In the end, it took a miraculous comeback by arguably the most talented quarterback in NFL history to beat the Bears by one point. If Matt Ryan was on the field, the Bears win that game easily.

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Next week the Bears host a Monday Night game against the Seattle Seahawks. Nagy will be put to the test. It will be interesting to see if he is able to rally his guys from a tough first loss. If he’s able to do it, a lot these hot takes I’m seeing on social media or hearing on ESPN1000 will be able to be put to rest.

The Bears play the aforementioned Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Miami Dolphins in their next four games. I find it extremely likely that the Bears will be either 4-1 or 3-2, with that schedule. So, keep your chins up Bears fans there are still 15 games left to play.