The Chicago Bears are a bad football team and always were going to be one in 2021. It was clear that this thing was a disaster during training camp when they were so committed to Andy Dalton as if he was Tom Brady. They moved up to draft Justin Fields in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft and let him sit on the bench in favor of Dalton for a few weeks.
Once Matt Nagy finally saw what literally everyone else on planet earth saw (Justin Fields is significantly better than Andy Dalton), he made the switch. Unfortunately, it didn’t do the team much good because of the fact that the team remained coached by Nagy at the end of the day.
They don’t scheme well offensively and they have had a terrible amount of injuries on defense. Their plan of attack in each and every game is horrid which is why they now had a record of 4-8 and are in danger of finishing as one of the worst teams in the NFL.
The NFL, for whatever reason, didn’t flex them out of Sunday Nigth Football this week against the Green Bay Packers. The league really wants to see the league’s oldest rivalry in the spotlight but it is just going to be Green Bay blowing Chicago out of the water. It is literally a matchup of one of the best teams in the NFC facing one of the worst. It should be nothing less than embarrassing.
Seeing the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football will be a disaster.
Aaron Rodgers literally owns the Chicago Bears. He has hardly ever lost to them in his career which will prove true once again when they match up this weekend. It would have been nice of the NFL to flex this game out in favor of a better one but here we are.
Not only do the Bears have this primetime game, but they play the Minnesota Vikings next week on Monday Night Football. It is another great opportunity for the country to see how bad of a roster that Ryan Pace has put together along with how bad of a coach Matt Nagy is.
The only glimmer of hope is that there is a chance that this is the last time that the Chicago Bears face the Green Bay Packers with Aaron Rodgers under center. As mentioned before, he owns the Bears so seeing him actually leave the Packers would be a miracle on turf. Hopefully, he doesn’t have one more 40 point night against the Bears him.