Photo Credits to Andy Nesbitt
Most of us already knew that there would be a home game against the Vikings on Monday night, but now these problems are very clearly defined and easily visible to almost everyone, many of whom had fun roasting the horrible calls of Chicago in the later stages of the game.
Late last week, coach Matt Nagy handed the call over to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, a move that surprised many.
So how did this change work? It didn't work at all.
In the third quarter, the Bears' offense was minus 2 yards.
In a key hit in the final minutes of the fourth quarter, the Bears hit 3 and 5 yards into Viking territory and... decided to throw a pass over the line, which resulted in a 4 yard loss.
The Bears' attack was terrible as they lost 19-13. The only touchdown of the game in Chicago was a return shot by the great Cordrell Patterson.
Nick Falls was terrible in the game and, unfortunately, was knocked off the field after being knocked down in the last minute. I hope he's okay, but the Bears have a serious problem with the quarterback.
Remember a few weeks ago when Chicago started 5-1 and almost everyone said they were a very bad 5-1 team?
Well, now they've lost four games in a row and look exactly like many of us did.
The Bears now have one week before their twelfth week with the Packers in Lambeau . This game is currently being played on Sunday night, but let's hope the league is doing the right thing and doesn't force us to watch the Bears in prime time.
Because none of us deserve it.