CHICAGO — The Chicago Bears defense will make any quarterback look good.
Not the one on the other side of the field. With few exceptions, that guy is assured of leaving the game battered and bruised, his stats and ego in far worse shape than when the day began.
The Bears quarterback, however, has the luxury of knowing that he doesn’t have to try to be Tom Brady. He just has to play well enough to not screw up what Chicago’s defense has given him.