The Bears should be embarrassed by how historically open Cooper Kupp was on that 56-yard TD

By Andy Nesbitt

I feel like a lot of football things happened yesterday and that we’re forgetting about one really fun/embarrassing moment – the Cooper Kupp 56-yard TD against the Bears on Sunday Night Football.

I mean, we’re just not talking enough about how open he was on that beautiful pass from Matthew Stafford, who had a nice little debut with the Rams in their 34-14 win at home over a Bears team that should make Justin Fields their starting QB.

If you saw the game then you must have been like me (unless your a Bears fan) and were just pointing and laughing at Chicago’s secondary, which was nowhere near Kupp.

Here’s the play:

You can’t get much more wide open than that! In fact, it’s the most separation a receiver has had on a long pass in three years.

I learned that little fact right here:

Just silly.

And just not the best defense.

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