The Bears will continue to monitor the right ankle that Khalil Mack hurt in the first half Sunday.
Film Study: Five takeaways from the Bears' 31-28 loss in OT vs. Dolphins
Bears coach Matt Nagy after loss: 'This is not a Debbie Downer organization'
Mr. Positive (me) saw good in the Bears' loss; everybody else (you) is miserable
It was a little too reminiscent of Marc Trestman’s conservative approach in a similar situation against the Vikings in 2013.
From Mitch Trubisky’s deep throws to the Dolphins’ unique home-field advantage, here are five takeaways from the Bears’ wild loss.
They’ll try to use their latest bizarre, unlikely defeat — a 31-28 overtime loss to the Dolphins on Sunday — as motivation against the Patriots.
I saw a wild, up-and-down game that called for surrender, not anger from viewers. Everybody else saw a bad loss to a struggling Dolphins team.
Did the Bears’ defense really get torched by quarterback Brock Osweiler? How well did quarterback Mitch Trubisky play?
Some weeks are better than others for the Bears. Here’s how three Bears fared in Sunday’s 31-28 overtime loss to the Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium:
Burton was flagged for offensive pass interference, and Mitch Trubisky threw an interception on the next play.
In a 31-28 overtime loss to the Dolphins, Kyle Fuller became the first Bears player in four years to pick off two passes in a game.
Trubisky threw three touchdown passes and had a 122.5 passer rating against the Dolphins.
Parkey had a chance to win the game for the Bears, but he missed a 53-yard field goal.
The Dolphins stymied Mack, the scourge of the league on defense in the first month. Mack was almost shut out on the stat sheet, with only two tackles.
Bleary-eyed and far more outwardly upset than he was after the loss to the Packers, Nagy said he wasn’t going to get into second-guessing.
It might not have been good for the team you were rooting for, and it might not have been good for your heart, but it was good for the soul.
Three seconds away from a tie, the Dolphins’ Jason Sanders kicked a 47-yard field goal in overtime to beat the Bears 31-28 at Hard Rock Stadium