Oh, we long-suffering Chicago Bears fans; we grasp at any fleeting ray of hope.

Last year, the team’s coaches seemed incapable of making halftime adjustments. If a strategy didn’t work in the first half of a game, very little seemed to change in the second half. This year, new coaches seem better at adjusting strategy on the fly, and while the team’s record isn’t much improved, the Bears now are noticeably better at reacting to in-game situations.

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