The Chicago Bears offense struggled to start the game, but they turned things around when it mattered. Here’s where they struggled and why things will turn around.
It’s no secret the Chicago Bears‘ offense didn’t play well in the first half. They looked terrible on third and fourth downs and they didn’t get the ball moving – or did they? The Bears did get the ball moving. The issue was, they didn’t score a touchdown until the fourth quarter.
In the first half, the Bears ran the ball well. Mitchell Trubisky didn’t play as bad as people said he did. There were two missed defensive-holding calls on Allen Robinson, which could have been two touchdown plays, as Trubisky put the ball in good spots on each of them.