The Chicago Bears’ season is effectively over after their embarrassing loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
The Bears are now 0-3 on the season and have lost 13 consecutive games dating back to last season.
There had been some sense that the Bears would have a glimmer of hope this upcoming Sunday when they face the Denver Broncos. Like the Bears, the Broncos are 0-3 on the season and gave up 70 points to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
With the Bears playing the Broncos at Soldier Field, it would seem to be a prime opportunity for the team to snap their losing streak and earn their first victory of the season.
Though, the odds may not be in their favor.
Interestingly enough, the quarterback that the Bears will be facing on Sunday will be Russell Wilson. Prior to the 2021 season, the Bears and Seahawks appeared to be well down the line on a deal that would have sent Wilson to Chicago. It was a deal that was nixed in the final stages by Seahawks’ head coach Pete Carroll as he wanted one more season with Wilson before committing to a rebuild.
If the Bears lose to the Broncos on Sunday, then everything will need to be torn down by team president Kevin Warren.
The Bears were lifeless against the Chiefs yesterday and if head coach Matt Eberflus wants to preach about tuning out the noise, then it begins with the noise coming from inside Halas Hall.
It was Eberflus’ handpicked defensive coordinator who was forced to resign due to inappropriate behavior. It was the Bears’ own quarterback that exposed the lack of coaching he has received. Eberflus’ culture was a fallacy and the noise is only to grow louder if they fall to the Broncos on Sunday and push their losing streak to 14.