Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Ugh what an ugly game, Cutler/Marsh go out on O, Briggs/Tillman out on D, on top of the guys already out. Chicago O: Did we get a hint of what Trestmans O can look like when plays are not called out of by the qb to often? Cutler looked horrible, McCown looked okay to pretty good, throwing up some darts and some equal ducks...and then taking a sack to end the game. Forte looked good in the 2nd half when the team started to rely on him more, Earl finally showed up for a game, Jeffrey had a good 2nd half, BMarsh really didn't have as good of a game as one might think then got hurt. Chicago D: Looked awful, but was quickly worn down by an O that got a whopping 50 yards in the first half and was on the field a whopping 7min's. The D, in the first half, was on the field more then they should have been the whole game and it showed in the 2nd. Add in losing, Briggs and Tillman and they just aren't good enough to stop anyone, including a weak O like Washington. No defense should give up 40+ points reglardless. Chicago coaches: ugh I'm officially confused about the O now. Does Trestman know how to call a good game and Cutler is making him look bad? Or was Trestman forced to call a more standard set of plays b/c of McCown and therefore scaling back allowed the O to take a step forward? Mel, I know your entire starting squad seems hurt, but at some point you have to do something to try and fix this mess. Chicago ST's: Hester is still dangerous, and Weems should be cut, 'nuff said. Gould missed an easy chip and cost the team big. Wash O: They did the same thing to Dallas last week, but were able to punch in and score this week. racked up tons of yards and limited their turn overs and the Bears D broke, like it has in years past when the opposing O doesn't turn the ball over. Wash D: They are a hard hitting, if not dirty, crew, and if the Chicago O didn't start off so slow this might have been a different game. Wash ST's: nothing impressive here, allowed a Hester TD and, if not for a close call, would have given up Gould's first ever onside kick. Wash Coaches: Maybe Shanny knew his former qb enough to make him look like a fool? I cannot think of another reason why Cutler looked so bad. They took full advantage and kept the chicago O off the field and wore out the Bears D.