The Bears are 2-1. That's the best part of all. They're tied atop the NFC North with the Minnesota Vikings. Yes, the Minnesota Vikings.
The Good: Tim Jennings continues to play like an All-Pro cornerback. He's got four interceptions and nine pass breakups through the first three weeks of the season. A couple of his pass breakups have led to interceptions for other guys as well. He's steadily improved over the course of his career with the Bears. It looks like they've finally found someone to play opposite Charles Tillman.
The Bad: There were a couple drops from the receiving corps, but overall it wasn't too bad.
The Ugly: The offensive line was still pretty bad. Adding Chilo Rachal didn't seem to have much of an effect. Jay Cutler was sacked twice, which doesn't seem like a lot, but he was exactly able to sit in the pocket all day, either. Mike Tice came up with a game plan to move him out of the pocket a little more often.
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