Playoffs Show Bears There’s More Work to ..

Playoffs Show Bears There’s More Work to Do.

After the Bears finished 7-10 and watche the first weekend of playoff games, several self-evident truths become apparent for the future in Chicago.

Just like every weekend when NFL games are played in the regular season, you learn something about your team.

They don’t even need to be playing, and obviously the Bears weren’t on the weekend which has now been dubbed Super Wild Card Weekend, as opposed to Normal Wild Card Weekend.

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There are games still to be played because of the arctic weather and the Super schedule but the weekend is done and here’s what we’ve learned about the Bears because of a weekend without Bears football.

1. It’s OK to Draft and Play a QB

The Houston Texans’ rout of the Cleveland Browns told everyone not to worry about the Bears drafting a rookie quarterback and playing him. C.J. Stroud’s entire season said this but winning in postseason in his rookie year definitely communicates It doesn’t have to mean losing for another year while they learn.

For that matter, Jordan Love only sat around for two years listening to Luke Getsy and three years listening to Aaron Rodgers before he finally played and he got a playoff win his first year as a starter.

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