They let the Packers do whatever they wanted to do to them.
The defense let Ryan Grant run for 100 yards in the first half and score 30 points.
Kyle Orton wasn’t much better than the defense, he was 13-26, for 133 yards and a fumble which was recovered for a touchdown.
Rex Grossman came in the game in the 4th quarter and and completed four of seven passes for 26 yards.
From the second play, I thought Kyle Orton should have been taken out of the game.
He was limping, when he got back up from the game.
He was inaccurate throughout the whole game and it seemed like the ankle was really bothering him.
If you had Grossman in the game at least he could have taken shots down field.
Grossman at least should have put in at halftime, when they were trailing 17-3.
The whole game was so pathetic.
Only two players on defense actually put there hearts in the game on Sunday.
Those players were Brian Urlacher, who came up with a touchdown stopping interception late in the second quarter and Mike Brown, who was all over the field.
Only one player played to there best in the game, that was Matt Forte, who they went away from in the second half of the game.
The Bears better make some huge strides for there big match up in Minnesota two weeks from now.
If they lose to St. Louis there season will be over, they better get the victory.
There schedule from here on out isn’t that tough.
Rookie first-round pick Chris Williams finished the game at left tackle… Reserve linebacker Darrell McClover, a regular on special teams, said he tweaked his left hamstring while running. He left in the first half and didn’t return. … A surprise among the in actives was running back Kevin Jones, who said he was a little shocked by the move.