Chicago Bears Face Challenges on and off the Field

Los Chicago Bears have not started the NFL season well. After losing the first two games played, complaints from quarterback Justin Fields towards his coach and the resignation of Alan Williams as defensive coordinator, they have now seen how the Thieves entered their stadium, Soldier Field, and took material worth 100,000 dollars (about 94,000 euros).

Los Assailants knocked down a field fence to access its interior and take away what he had stored in a garage. They took Gator multipurpose vehicles (used to get around the countryside) and several lawnmowers. The event occurred on Wednesday night.

The Bears are in Kansas City this weekend to face the Chiefs, Super Bowl champions. A difficult commitment to change the trend with which they have started between the bad results and the tensions in the locker room.

Fields suggested he was being trained too much and his game was somewhat ‘robotic’. Shortly after criticizing his coaches in this way, he had to come forward to qualify his words: “I will never blame the coaches for anything. I will never blame my teammates for anything. No matter what happens in a game “I’ll take all the blame.”

2023-09-23 09:58:02
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