Bears Can’t Win Ball Games With Dropped Passes.WR’s Just Can’t Get Right!

Posted: November 28, 2016 in #BringYour"A"GameSportsTalk!, #Football, BearsFootball, news
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Bellamy wasn’t the only Bear with a drop on a potential game-winning play in the closing seconds. On Barkley’s final pass, Deonte Thompson didn’t see the ball early enough and failed to secure a sliding catch in the back of the end zone. According to my count from watching the game, that was the last of the Bears’ 10 drops, including eight in the fourth quarter.

Second-year receiver Cameron Meredith who has been the Bears shining star since White went down with an injury and Jeffery out on suspension, Meredith had three devastating  drops on the Bears’ second to last drive.

Marquess Wilson also bungled a potential 14-yard TD pass on that series, miscues the offense ultimately overcame on a 69-yard touchdown drive. Still, those lapses proved representative of the receivers’ sloppiness.

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The Bears are closing the scene for a miserable month, they lost 27-21 to the Titans, completing a winless November that was filled with injuries, suspensions, and silly on-field mistakes.

The Bears are 2-9 and heading into December with little to be hopeful about.

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