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The biggest question posed by the Bears right now seems to be: Why watch?
"Admit it, you changed channels," our very own Jim Coffman writes.
Listening to three hours of Arcade Fire would be a better entertainment option, Dan Bernstein says.
The Bears have two more nationally televised games this season (that can't be flexed), Adam Hoge reminds us.
We'll give you a reason to watch, though: For the tweets.
0-3 two years in a row, but last year #Bears played Packers, Cards and Seahawks. This year they played 3 QBs w/ 10 career starts combined.— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) September 26, 2016
Both those teams went 4-12 and Dave Wannstedt then lost his job. https://t.co/rlIIjDWS5j— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) September 26, 2016
This is the first time since 1997 and 1998 that the #Bears have had back-to-back winless Septembers.— Zach Zaidman (@ZachZaidman) September 26, 2016
Dak looks more and more like the real deal with every series he plays. 99 passes. 0 interceptions.— Babe Laufenberg (@BabeLaufenberg) September 26, 2016
Fox liked how the O-line protected Hoyer tonight.— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) September 26, 2016
John Fox on all the injuries: "It's not an excuse but it is an excuse."— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) September 26, 2016
6-10 last season. Start season 0-3. Expecting changes soon. Possibly worse team in NFL right now.— earl bennett (@Agent_Orange80) September 26, 2016
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