What could the Bears done better in their loss to the Falcons?
That's a good question because the Falcons are a really bad team that the Bears should have beat. Personally, I believe all three units needed to execute better. Special teams gave up a 103 yard kick return-score to C.Patterson that really hurt (if STs did their job there, then the Bears win that game). Fields was outperformed by Marcus Mariotta - a really bad QB. He has to protect the ball better. The OL mailed in their usual (failed) performance and could not provide pass protection. They really can't help that because they are not NFL-starter quality players for the most part... the unit needs a serious upgrade for next season. Keep Whitehair and Jenkins and flush the rest (maybe keep a couple of the "best of the rest" guys for backups). The WR unit is similar. We have a decent guy in Mooney who could be a quality WR2 or WR3 next year. Claypool could end up being good, but it's too early to tell. The rest need to be flushed or maybe keep a guy or two for special teams use. The defense isn't getting any pressure on the QB... zero sacks for the day. Even a bad QB like Mariotta can hurt you if you give him all day to pass. Actually, every QB in the NFL is good enough to hurt you if you can't pressure him.
To answer your question, I don't think the Bears can do much better with the talent (lack of it) they have in 2022. I think this is as good as it is going to get. The D will struggle, even against bad teams like we've seen this year. Special teams are not so special. The offense is basically a 1-man show, using our QB as a running back. Monty is good... he got 67 yards rushing. So there is that. Ebner had 6 carries averaging a bit over 1-yard per carry.
I think we need to accept the fact that the team is playing for the 2023 draft pick this year. That's pretty much it.