In the same vein as the Title of this post, I was so excited for the Bears until I was not.  What a let down and that little wave from Aaron Rodgers even made it worse.

The Bears gave up a 18-points in the fourth quarter of their 28-19 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field.  Chicago had a 19-10 lead heading into the final frame, but AJ Dillon scored a touchdown and Mason Crosby knocked in a field goal to give the Packers a one-point lead.  Justin Fields threw an interception on Chicago’s next drive, and the Bears gave up a touchdown to Christian Watson with under two minutes left in regulation.  Fields rushed for 71 yards and a score, but he also threw two picks.  The Bears have lost their last six games to fall to 3-and-10.  Chicago has a bye next week and will take on Philadelphia on December 18th.