5 Thoughts following the Chicago Bears 41-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs

Chicago Bears, Justin Fields
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Chicago Bears, Luke Getsy
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Thought No. 3: Luke Getsy should have been fired on Monday

Watching the Bears offense every Sunday feels like Groundhog Day, doesn't it? Terrible offensive line, Fields holding on to the ball too long leading to sacks, dropped passes. You name it. And yet, this team still has no identity.

It has become a weekly ritual for NFL analysts to look at the Bears' offense and be confused and frustrated as we the fans are trying to figure out what exactly he is calling and leave us all frustrated and angry. Don't get me wrong, Fields has his problems. But this coaching staff has done him any justice. Why Getsy is still employed is anyone's guess.

It is safe to say that Luke Getsy benefitted from working with Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFleur while in Green Bay. Every week, he has shown he does not have the temperament or understand the feel for the game to call plays, much like Nathaniel Hackett.

The former Green Bay offensive coordinator, who became the Denver Broncos head coach last season and his team was so bad, the new ownership fired him in his only season as the head coach and he did not get to finish it.

The lack of energy and execution you see from the players is not a good sign. Whatever he calls does not work and many are starting to reach a boiling point. Unless things change dramatically, Getsy is following in the same footsteps as Hackett and another failed offensive coordinator this organization has misjudged badly.