2. Chase Claypool, WR
The Bears made an interesting decision on Sunday, telling wide receiver Chase Claypool he could stay home and thus resulted in him being inactive against the Broncos. He made headlines after telling reporters he doesn't believe the coaching staff has used him the right way in Chicago, and that seemed to be the straw that broke the camel's back.
According to his quarterback, Claypool and Fields have had multiple talks about the wide receiver honing in on his emotions and doing a better job of not expressing them the wrong way. Whether it has been his lack of effort on the field or his inability to control his own emotions, Claypool is no where near the guy Chicago was hoping they traded a second-round pick for.
Now, he looks like he's completely lost favor with the team and, to be frank, the Bears need to cut their losses. His trade value is at an all-time low, but Chicago needs to cut bait and get anything in return. He's not going to be an asset to this team. He's been given opportunities to show a better attitude and more effort, but the inconsistencies are too much.