A lot went wrong with the Chicago Bears’ 2019 season. Could it be, in part, because their coach got too comfortable?
There was a lot that went wrong in 2019 for the Chicago Bears. In fact, everything that seemed to break their way in 2018 amid their magical 12-4 season, seemed to go against them last season. Since the final whistle, Bears fans have spent the entire offseason pointing fingers and assigning blame.
So far, their victims have been the regression fo Mitchell Trubisky, poor offensive line play, and even Matt Nagy’s playcalling. However, after a recent article from Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated’s Monday Morning Quarterback, those looking for another finger to point might have another option.