The Bears offense didn't just stall Sunday in a 31-17 loss to the Cowboys. It didn't even get out of the garage.
The Bears fell behind 17-0 before they gained a first down and trailed 24-3 by halftime. That's an insurmountable deficit for a team that hasn't scored more than two touchdowns in a game during its 0-3 start.
What's wrong with this offense? What, if anything, can be fixed? What needs to change to make this team competitive and this season palatable for a frustrated fan base? Reporters Rich Campbell and Dan Wiederer examine the offense's woes in this week's Real Talk.
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