Sun-Times columnists Rick Telander and Rick Morrissey sat down to discuss the Bears’ future in advance of Chicago’s game Sunday against Washington.
Up for debate was whether or not the Bears have any hope at making the playoffs, if Chicago would be better off tanking the remainder of the season and whether Robbie Gould has hit a wall.
Gould, the Bears’ all-time points leader, missed two field goals during Sunday’s loss to the 49ers.
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“Just know that if he’s not playing, that if it’s Sheets or somebody else playing, that’s a better matchup that particular day,” manager Pedro Grifol said.
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