I've answered your question twice already, but you fail to comprehend it. I said the Steelers, more often than not, play down to inferior competition. The Bears are obviously a sub-par team at 0-2. It doesn't matter that the Steelers have better players and more talent on both sides of the ball and special teams. It hasn't mattered in the past. On paper, the Steelers look great on offense and defense (sans the secondary)... but it doesn't translate to wins against crappy teams. This is why the Patriots get a bye in the playoffs every year and the Steelers haven't had one since 2010. The Patriots beat teams they are supposed to beat... and the Steelers do not. It's happened 3 straight years.