Shortly after wondering what in good heavens could the Bears’ brass be talking about after two days of meetings, an answer emerges. Kinda.
Folks who reached out to NFL Network’s Mike Garafalo are painting the picture of an eerie silence at Halas Hall, on top of the general image of an organization without direction at the moment:
— Matt Clapp (@DaBearNecess) January 12, 2021
It’s truly incredible that the Bears don’t know what to do. That they don’t know what to do weeks and weeks and weeks after it should’ve been clear is maddening.
Even more annoying … making the playoffs shouldn’t have complicated matters. They were drubbed by their biggest rivals twice after the bye, backed their way into an expended playoff field, then were boat-raced in their only postseason game. Getting pushed around by the NFC’s top two seeds on consecutive Sundays should’ve told Chicago’s decision-makers all they needed to know.
And yet, we’re here. We’ve reportedly got folks at Halas Hall are “on edge” because it’s clear no one knows what to do. Not having a plan in place at this point is simply unprofessional. Just add it to the pile of examples of how not to run a football team.
With that being said, we’ll continue to monitor the situation as it develops.