As the old saying goes, if you're gonna talk the talk you should be able to walk the walk. The Bears definitely did not walk. 

The Bears trip to London could have gone better. It was a pretty big setback for a defense that was being talked about belonging with the game's greatest. After looking absolutely lost for an entire half and then giving up a game winning 97-yeard touchdown drive, they have some regrouping to do.

The Raiders heard from the Bears all week. Gruden was an idiot for trading away Khalil Mack. They had just been fleeced by Antonio Brown. It was the Raiders being the Raiders.

Then Sunday in London happened and when the dust settled the Bears and Raiders left Europe with identical 3-2 records.

Gruden was obviously referencing the party-like atmosphere in the Bears locker room after a win:

... which I personally think is pretty cool but it does leave you ripe for ridicule.

Long bye week ahead of the Bears, they were 3-2 at the same point last year so all is not lost. This loss will probably sting for a while and maybe that's good.