What the Bears' Loss to Packers Really Tells Us

Even this early in a season, great teams don’t look that shoddy.

David Haugh
September 06, 2019 - 1:06 am

CHICAGO (670 The Score) -- Matt Nagy saved his best judgment for the podium.

"Three points is ridiculous," Nagy said after his Bears bungled their way to a 10-3 loss to the Packers on Thursday night at Soldier Field.

And a football city said amen.

Ridiculous. Regrettable. Embarrassing. Tatter the pages of your thesaurus. All synonyms of awful apply.

You don’t need a good memory to call this the worst effort of the 18-game Nagy era. Nor do you need to consult Pro Football Reference to call this the most deflating game of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky’s career. When former Bears safety Adrian Amos picked off Trubisky in the end zone late in the fourth quarter when a touchdown would've tied the game, it removed any doubt.

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