State of the Organization is a continuing series of daily updates on the happenings of your favorite Chicago sports teams: Cubs, White Sox, Bulls, Blackhawks and Bears. Each team with its own update space.
This space will provide some of the highlights of what has been going on with your favorite Chicago football team, the Chicago Bears, in the past 24 hours. Acquisitions, injuries, performance updates and storylines will be provided during the season, including the team’s competitive status.
Stories of the Day:
- The Bears lost to the Colts, 29-23.
- Brian Hoyer played well in defeat, but would Jay Cutler have won?
- Or is there an answer at QB for the Bears?
- As losses mount in the second season of the Fox/Pace regime it’s easy to suggest one or both should be fired. But it’s important to note what Ryan Pace is doing well.
- Another loss, but in a good performance, makes the Bears more difficult than ever to figure out.
- And as losses mount there always tends to be dissension.
- After the game John Fox said the team would “take a look” at the kicking situation after Connor Barth missed another FG.
- Studs and duds from the game.
Record and Stats:
- Record: 1-4
- Last in the NFC North
- Team Offense: 24th (Total); 15th (Passing); 25th (Rushing); 31st (Points)
- Team Defense: 10th (Total); 7th (Passing); 25th (Rushing); 18th (Points)