Matt Nagy and the Chicago Bears lost their sixth game in a row Sunday, and things are going from bad to worse to, well, laughable.
With under three minutes to go, the Chicago Bears were up by 10 on the Detroit Lions. It had been a long time since their last win, and finally, they were about 150 seconds away from victory.
With 2:18 to go, Matthew Stafford hit Marvin Jones on a 25-yard strike to pull within three. On the following Bears possession, Mitchell Trubisky coughed up the football and the Lions scored seconds later. Just like that, a 10-point lead became a 4-point deficit — and ultimately, a sixth-straight loss.