TAKEAWAYS WOULD ELEVATE THE BEARS DEFENSE FROM GOOD TO GREAT

The Bears' 2017 highlight reel is disappointingly short and largely uninspiring. Such is the nature of a five-win season that got the coach fired. There are, though, a few plays justifiably entrenched in Chicago's collective memory. Ones that would stand out in any year, regardless of record. Invigorating...

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