Four games are in the books for the Chicago Bears (2-2), who’ve outplayed expectations in the first quarter of the 2022 season. Sure, Bears fans expected a competitive team, but that wasn’t the case for most pundits.
Unfortunately, the Bears haven’t looked like a .500 team on the field. But you are what your record says you are, right?
Now that the first quarter of the season is over let’s grade the Bears’ offense, defense, special teams and coaching staff.