Whatever optimism fans had for the Chicago Bears at the beginning of the season just might have all gone out the window after their disappointing 17-16 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 6. Just like the rest of the games this year, the Bears (1-5) moved the ball offensively, but couldn’t get into the end zone enough. The defense did what they could, but when it mattered most, surrendered big plays that resulted in this tragic defeat.
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Prior to this game, the Jaguars lost 17 of their last 18 road games. So, to think that Chicago had a great chance of coming away with their second victory of the season wasn’t farfetched. However, with 10 team penalties, a running game that was stuck in neutral, and not converting on their last eight third downs, the Bears are now facing the strong possibility of ending the year with the first overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft in their possession.
Here’s how Chicago fared in their unacceptable loss to the Jaguars.