The Chicago Bears do not appear to be on the same page.
Heading into a highly anticipated game, the Chicago Bears were embarrassed on a national stage by the Los Angeles Rams. The offense eeked out a pathetic three points, being outscored by the defense, who added a meaningless touchdown at the end to fall 24-10 to the Rams. In fact, the offense has been abysmal all season, and thanks to a comment from the Monday Night Football broadcast team, we may have a better idea why.
In their last four games, of which they have miraculously won two, they have scored a total of 64 points, or only 16 points per game. Over that span, they have rushed for a paltry 175 yards on 72 carries, good for a 2.43 yards per carry average. Moreover, the offensive line has been a swinging gate, allowing Nick Foles to get eviscerated in the backfield without any time to throw.