A very disappointing loss for the Chicago Bears. A game where they really made themselves lose. This team shot themselves in the foot way too many times. In the first half, they let quarterback Daniel Jones run on them way too many times. The amount of room he was getting on his runs was ridiculous. The Giants were doing the same role outplay over and over and the Bears failed to adjust to their play calls and never got anyone to fill over to Daniel Jones. That was really frustrating to watch in that part of the game. The Bears offense was very disappointing as well which isn’t something new. All we had was 4 field goals and failed to punch the ball in every time we were in the red zone. Fields had some connection with Darnell Mooney for the first time this season but other than that there was nothing Fields could use in the game. Cole Kmet who was supposed to get a good amount of targets this season has been a ghost and did nothing today. Everything was on the Bears in this one they have no one to blame but themselves. The worst one of all was when rookie Velus Jones Jr in his NFL debut dropped the punt that was setting us up in decent field position to go down for our final drive but couldn’t give Fields a chance. I really don’t think the Giants are any better of a football team than we are we just had so many mistakes today that made the game easy for them.
This game didn’t go how I wanted it to go but hopefully, we can bounce back. We are 2-2 which is better than a lot of fans thought we would be right now. We have a tough task next Sunday against our NFC North rival the Minnesota Vikings. I will have a pregame write-up on that great matchup so stay tuned to that. Thank you for reading and Bear down.