Chicago Bears Embarrassed in 54-11 Loss to Philadelphia Eagles

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Dec 22, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy (25) carries for a touchdown during the third quarter against the Chicago Bears at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Humiliating. Shameful. Crushing. Shameful. Embarrassing.  I ran out of words to describe the utter train wreck that occurred in Philadelphia in the Bears 54-11 defeat at the hands of the Eagles.  With everything to gain for the Bears and nothing to gain for the Eagles, the Bears laid an egg of epic proportion.  Now, rather than capturing the NFC North crown in Philadelphia, the Bears must come home to face the Green Bay Packers with the division title and a playoff berth at stake.

This was a failure in all aspects of the game – offense, defense, special teams and coaching.  I could save myself the time of doing the Report Card and just give F’s to everyone.  It was bad.  How bad?  I’ll give you a chance to get a barf bag and head over to Page 2 for some of the nasty details. 

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  • John Mack

    And let the Cutler apologists come out of the wood works in 3…2…

  • Coach Boss

    Sometimes you just play like crap. It happens. This was a bad match up from the beginning. The season isn’t over. We’ve got at least one more game to play. It’s the only one that matters.

  • Michael Praser

    There is no excuse for the performance last night. It was outright awful. I know the Bears have a lot of injuries on defense, but this is getting ridiculous. They are getting worse, not better. Stupid Bears will probably win next week and give us our final hope of the year and then get their butts handed to them by Cam Newton.