Podcast: Chicago Bears vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers postgame show

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The Chicago Bears never stood a chance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Week 7 matchup at Raymond James Stadium. Just three minutes into the game the Bears were already down a touchdown and that lead would eventually grow to become a 38-3 blowout.

It got so bad for the Bears that a “Fire Nagy” chant could be heard through the TV broadcast. And based on the team’s performance, being completely outplayed and outcoached in all three phases, it’s completely justifiable for the chant.

Will this loss finally be the one that breaks the back Chicago Bears fans?

But even as embarrassing as this loss was, there is a good chance there is no change coming. Sorry Bears fans.

The Chicago Audible — unfortunately — had to break this game down. Listen as Will DeWitt and Nicholas Moreano discuss everything that went wrong is this latest Bears game, which makes it two losses in a row and drops the Bears to 3-4 on the season.

DeWitt and Moreano try to understand whatever they saw from the Bears’ offense. The guys analyze how Justin Fields performed behind an offensive line that gave up consistent pressure, and they also highlight the only positive from the game: rookie running back Khalil Herbert and his first 100-yard rushing performance of his young career.

The Bears’ defense didn’t perform much better than the offense, allowing the Buccaneers to go 5-of-7 in the red zone and giving up over 400 yards on total offense for Tampa Bay. In the loss, the Bears registered zero sacks on Tom Brady and future Hall of Famer picked apart the Bears’ secondary.

There was plenty of bad things to discuss from this game, so make sure to download the podcast or watch the episode on YouTube.

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