The Bears just can't get out of their own way.
The Lions were on the ropes in the fourth quarter trailing by 10 points, and the Bears found a way to give them 14 points and the win in the final minutes of the game.
Part of it can be attributed to play-calling. Mitch Trubisky is dropping back to pass in the shadows of his own goal posts and gets stripped of the ball, setting up an easy go-ahead touchdown for Detroit.
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As our own Football Aftershow crew pointed out, with the way the Bears were running the ball, why not run the ball to move the chains and eat up some time.
And the sixth straight loss, the longest such streak since 2002 for Chicago, has fans calling for everyone to be fired.
And that includes defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano. His defense gave up 406 yards and doesn't seem to be anything close to the 2018 unit.
And there is a chance we see Pagano take the reins as the interim head coach. Because if they fire Nagy, then they need someone to rn the team.
It's going to be a rough December for Bears fans.