The Bears defense is on pace to be historically bad, again

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After the 2013 Bears season, most believed the Bears defense couldn’t get any worse, it was the worst defense in franchise history. It somehow took another step back in 2014,

Now, with a defensive minded head coach, things were supposed to get better. However, 2015 is already looking as bad as the last two years.

As they head to Seattle for Sunday’s game, it’s unlikely things get better. While Seattle doesn’t have the most prolific offense, it is strong enough to stress the Bears defense.

Not helping the issue is the struggling Bears offense. Jimmy Clausen will play for an injured Jay Cutler and will be without Alshon Jeffery.

If fans do want to see a good defense, they can enjoy the Seahawks. They haven’t been as dominant as past seasons, but with Kam Chancellor returning, Seattle may return to form in impressive fashion.

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