"I understand where he's coming from," Briggs told Comcast SportsNet Chicago. "I've been here a long time, too, and I've (heard) a lot of boos. For a lot of the wrong reasons. Nobody, on any team I've seen, gets booed more at home than here in Chicago.
"That's also a point to the passion of the Chicago fans. Everyone is passionate, but everyone in Chicago doesn't know how to run a football team. Everyone doesn't know how to play professional football. It's our job to do that."
Urlacher's frustration -- and the home-crowd boos -- speak to a larger frustration. The Bears are collapsing in the second half again. This successful era under Urlacher and Lovie Smith is nearing its end, but a title seems further away.