Chicago Bears: 5 changes that must be made before Seahawks game

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The Chicago Bears look to put Sunday night’s crushing loss to the Green Bay Packers in the rearview. First, they have to make some changes.

Following Sunday night’s crushing defeat at the hands of the Green Bay Packers, the Chicago Bears need to regroup. Their performance in the first half was nothing short of spectacular. They jumped all over the Packers, leading 20-0 at one point in the game.

Then the proverbial wheels fell off the bus. The offense was completely out of rhythm and the defense was completely gassed. If only they could have sustained the kind of success they had early in the game. Had they been able to do that, the narrative this week would have been much different.

Rather than responding to criticism over questionable play calling, Matt Nagy would have been celebrating his first win over their arch-rivals on a night the Packers celebrated their 100th season. Instead, a 24-23 loss to a hobbled Aaron Rodgers and a suspect defense left fans with more questions than answers.

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Monday morning those questions ranged from the mundane to the absurd. While some asked why Nagy seemingly abandoned the running game, others on social media went as far as questioning whether Chase Daniel should be the Bears’ starter. Like I said — absurd.

Fortunately for the Bears, they have an extra day to prepare before they take on the Seattle Seahawks in their home opener on Monday Night Football. However, if Bears want to even up their record at 1-1, there are a few adjustments they absolutely have to make.