Everything is all bad with the Chicago Bears.
It’s hard to believe that this team was actually 5-1 at one point this season, but they eventually remembered who they were and returned to form.
Chicago collapsed in a 34-30 loss to Detroit on Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field, where the Lions used two touchdowns in a 41-second span in the final three minutes to erase a late 10-point deficit. That loss was their 6th one in a row.
Some former Bears players had a lot to say about the team and the coaching staff.
Former Bears running back Matt Forte called for the firing of coach Matt Nagy, his offensive staff and general manager Ryan Pace.
Former Bears CB Jerry Azumah:
Nagy is 25-19 in the regular season in his Bears tenure. Not the worst record he could have, but people thought it would be a lot better after the team went 12-4 and won the NFC North in 2018.
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