Chicago Bears: It is time to clean house at Halas Hall

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Chicago Bears, Adrian Peterson
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The Chicago Bears fall short to the Detroit Lions 34-30

Pathetic. That is the only word that can describe this sad, heartbreaking game. What happened though?

Mitchell Trubisky did his job (for the most part) until fumbling on their own 8-yard line. Besides that, the Chicago Bears‘ offense looked incredible in the first half scoring 23 points running the ball with great success as they had three rushing touchdowns. Trubisky finished the game with 76.5% completion for 267 yards and a touchdown.

After halftime, the Bears continued to struggle as they always have. As usual, the Bears failed to score in the third quarter for the 11th time this season (12 games). Absolutely sad. The Bears went into the third quarter with a 23-13 lead.

The Bears need to make moves to end this horrible run by tomorrow morning. People need to be fired. Changes need to be made. So many unacceptable things happened in this game that should make people lose their jobs.

The offense looked solid, but the defense was pathetic. Matthew Stafford threw for over 400 yards against one of the most talented secondaries in the NFL. One of the highest-paid pass rushing duos in the NFL struggled to get Stafford to the ground. This elite defense got ran over for two touchdowns by old-man Adrian Peterson.

The Detroit Lions, who just fired their general manager and head coach, just walked into Soldier Field, put up 34 points and 460 yards of total offense, and laughed in the face of the Chicago Bears. So, what now??