Bears drop third game, more changes abound

The Chicago Bears franchise is reeling after posting their 11th straight loss, going back to November of 2014.  The last time the Bears won was on November 23, 2014 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Sunday, against the Seattle Seahawks, the Bears were in the game up until the second half as the score was 6-0.  But Tyler Lockett brought the Seahawks back to life with a 105 yard 2nd half kickoff return for a touchdown.  From there, Russell Wilson and Jimmy Graham took over; Wilson going 20-30 for 235 yards, and Graham caught seven passes for 83 yards and a touchdown.

The franchise has been trying to rid themselves of former GM Phil Emery’s draft picks ever since.  The latest victim, Safety Brock Vereen, a 2014 4th round draft selection, was waived yesterday.  Vereen, was one of 20 Phillip Emery draft picks.  Of the three classes of drafts, two of the six in 2012 are still in football, three of the six draft picks in 2013 are still in football.  Vereen was the first of eight 2014 picks to go.

Still, the team must prepare for their next opponent, the rejuvenated Oakland Raiders (2-1) who are coming off a 27-20 win road win over the Cleveland Browns.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Chicago Bears to their first season win!

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Bears will be challenged to not open 0-3

When John Fox took the reins of the Chicago Bears in mid January, everyone knew that the Bears were entering a rebuilding phase. Well, everybody but possibly the NFL, who managed to schedule three 2014 playoff teams; Green Bay, Arizona and Seattle, to open the season.  Week one was a 31-23 loss at home.  This was followed by devastating 48-23 week two thrashing by Carson Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals.  Now the Bears must travel to the West Coast to face the Seattle Seahawks.

The game against Seattle was going to be a monumental task to begin with.  Now add the loss of starting QB Jay Cutler and it would be easy to see the team losing faith.  But don’t let John Fox hear you say that.

“Almost everybody in here [locker room] is classified as a professional,” Fox said after the game. “And that’s what professional do: They don’t worry about morale. We get paid to win.”

The Seahawks, on the other hand, are having their own issues and have also begun the season with an 0-2 start; a 3 point loss to the Rams to open the season and a 10 point loss to the rejuvenated Green Bay Packers.

There are still plenty of great seat and affordable tickets for all you Bears fans on the West Coast.  Get yours today and help cheer on your Chicago Bears on the road!

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