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Chicago Bears Fans React to 5th Straight Loss

After their fifth straight loss Chicago Bears fans took to Twitter to voice their continued displeasure with the Chicago Bears and Matt Nagy.

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The Chicago Bears lost their fifth straight game on Sunday afternoon. The latest loss comes at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens who were without their starting quarterback Lamar Jackson. The game ended with a final score of 16-13 after Baltimore drove down the field in the final minutes of play, scoring a touchdown to take the lead. The Bears got the ball back with a mere 22 seconds left to play. They were unable to score.

In the early stages of the game, Bears rookie starting quarterback Justin Fields left the game due to an apparent rib injury. He was originally marked as questionable to return but was later downgraded to out, which puts his status for Thursday’s Thanksgiving matchup up in the air.

After the loss, Chicago Bears fans took to Twitter to voice their continued displeasure with the Chicago Bears, but most of the displeasure has been directed at head coach Matt Nagy.

There were indeed Fire Nagy chants in the stadium as confirmed right here.

On the NBC Sports Chicago Football aftershow, former Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs had this to say:

It is indeed a tough time to be a Chicago Bears fan. Seemingly, the only thing to look forward to at this very moment is a healthy Justin Fields and maybe a change at the head coach position.

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allan birmantas
allan birmantas
5 months ago

Fields is no savior. New management is the solution.

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