Exactly five minutes into his news conference Sunday after the Bears' 48-23 defeat to the Cardinals, coach John Fox abruptly stopped taking questions — which, by the way, outnumber the answers on his sorry roster.
But not before Fox bristled at the idea his 0-2 team — the one giving up an average of 39.5 points per game and dealing with the loss of starting quarterback Jay Cutler indefinitely to a hamstring injury — might suffer from low morale.
"We get compensated pretty well,'' Fox said. "Everybody in there is classified as a professional. That's what professionals do. I'm not worried about morale. We get paid to win.''
At this rate, after...