These 4 losses hurt the Chicago Bears most in 2021

Dakota Zientek
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Rooting for the Chicago Bears over the last decade or so likely causes for lower states of sanity, as well as many weekends — or even Thursdays/Mondays — dampened by the performances of said Chicago Bears.

With that, the previous statement could even be said just while looking at the 2021 season alone.

There were many headlines, turnovers, head-scratchers, “What are you doing, Nagy?!“s, and much more. But what this season brought in endless quantities was this — pain.

As a coping mechanism, I’m going back to the darkest of days this season — the days in which I wondered why I loved this team so much. Because, in all honesty, the Chicago Bears haven’t necessarily earned their fans as of late by their play on the field.

The Chicago Bears 2021 season brought Bears fans plenty of hurtful losses

All-in-all, the 2021 Chicago Bears season was one Bears fans can sweep under the rug for the most part. Whether it be Matt Nagy’s decision-making, lack of execution in big moments from the offense and/or defense, Aaron Rodgers repeating foul words to the youth of Chicago, the growing pains of having a rookie quarterback, or really any combination of these give reason for Bears fans to feel hurt after the season.

With that, I’m going to take a look down a dark, dark hole of which games this season hurt the most. Buckle up, grab your favorite coping device, and let’s talk out the traumas of the 2021 Chicago Bears season and really find out what hurt us so badly.

Which four losses this season hurt the most for the Chicago Bears? Great question.