On Friday, I asked what the Bears needed to do against the Cardinals to make you feel better about this team.
I'm guessing that nobody besides Packers', Vikings' and Lions' fans are feeling better after Saturday night's 14-9 loss to the Cardinals.
If this was the dress rehearsal we may want to skip the actual performance.
The offense was a mess from the first play of the game, when Frank Omiyale got beat and receivers Johnny Knox and Devin Hester ran patterns to the same spot on the field.
Jay Cutler was tripping all over himself as the offense continued to be completely out of sync. Both interceptions were inexcusable.
He was sacked four more times.
Defensively, the Bears still can't get off the field on third-and-long. The Cardinals covered 53 percent of their third downs, including two third-and-eights and a third-and-seven on one scoring drive.
Safety Chris Harris is supposed to be the savior of the secondary. Instead, he missed critical tackles, took bad angles and was more of a problem than the solution.
Derek Anderson and rookie free-agent receiver Stephen Anderson were better than the first-string defense in the first half. Struggling Matt Leinart completed nine of 10 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown when it was his turn.
The still shaky special teams had one field goal blocked and missed another.
So, here's the new question. So much went wrong that Bears coaches should make a list. But how would you prioritize that list? What should be the first order of business when Lovie meets the team on Monday?