The Chicago Bears are nearing the end of their turbulent, yet fulfilling 2022 season.

The normal struggles we usually see from rebuilding teams have been on display from the Bears, with personnel deficiencies and inconsistent play across the board standing out as the main issues.

But there has been some light at the end of the tunnel, specifically related to Justin Fields and his spectacular surge of electric play throughout the month of November.

All in all, there’s been ups and downs, but plenty of things to build on throughout the rest of the season.

However, if there’s one thing should make Bears fans want to forget the positive moments and accelerate to the off-season, it’s the Bears’ awful run defense.

Which by the way, is shaping up to be one of the worst in the history of the Super Bowl era.

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We knew this Bears defense would have issues this year, strictly related to effective personnel and the lack of it.

But to be this bad in such a physical element? One that the league has shifted back towards adopting in a more dominant capacity?

Well, that’s simply not a good thing at all for Matt Eberflus’ Bears team.

Fortunately, the Bears will have plenty of available resources to address this issue once the off-season begins.

Bears fans can only hope those resources are used well and the results follow suit.

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