A new symbol for the Bears should be a bent-over old man holding a lantern as he steps into darkness.
The old man would represent the franchise, on its endless search for a great starting quarterback.
That’s the Bears, people. That’s the deal in a nutshell.
Get a great QB — to go with a typical Bears defense — and you’re talking division titles and Super Bowl.
After the 24-10 road dud Monday night against the Rams, Bears brass can only be thinking, “Here we go again.’’ Or maybe, “We’re hamsters on a treadmill.’’
Nick Foles was the hopeful quarterback solution to the erratic and overwhelmed Mitch Trubisky.