#TinThoughts: Another Nationally Televised Embarrassment

The Chiefs came in to Soldier Field on Sunday Night, embarrassed the Chicago Bears, and left with a 26-3 victory.

Let’s start with what went right for the Bears. Absolutely nothing went right.

I am going to keep this brief since at this point I feel like we are beating a dead horse with each humiliation.

Chris Collinsworth and Al Michaels spent 3 hours talking about how Patrick Mahomes was in fact drafted after Mitch Trubisky. This game was supposed to be one of the biggest games of the year, instead it meant absolutely nothing for the Monsters of the Midway.

Mitch Trubisky once again looked like a quarterback that all of Chicago wishes the Bears would have passed on. The running game never got going. The offensive line sucked once again. The defense held their own against one of the most dynamic offenses in the league.

When Bears fans think back on the 2019 season, I hope this is one of the games that stick out in their memory. I don’t want folks thinking of the couple games Mitch showed promise. Remember this one. Remember what is needed to be an elite team in the NFL in 2020, a top notch quarterback. Sunday night showed the difference between a Super Bowl contender and a team that is about as far from that as you can get.

The Bears need to move on from Mitch Trubisky. They need to bring in someone to kick start this offense. The defense cannot win every single game. It is tough to win games scoring 3 points, that needs to change in 2020. Another thing that needs to change is the offensive playcaller. It was 4th and 23 and Nagy called a checkdown to the 28th string tight end. The Bears had 4th and goal and Nagy thought it was a good idea for Mitch to throw a fade. Nagy needs to put his pride aside and relinquish these duties.

Change the offensive playcaller. Bring in a new quarterback. Revamp the offensive line. Those three changes should lead to a much more enjoyable 2020 for Bears fans.

Merry Christmas folks.

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