The Chicago Bears are licking their wounds after being completely outclassed by the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night. Green Bay dominated Chicago from start to finish, winning 41-25 and handing the Bears their fifth straight loss. It was the kind of performance that would make any player upset.
After the loss, Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller didn't hold back about how he felt.
Chicago came into the game at 5-5 and in second place behind the 7-3 Packers, hoping to make up some ground in the NFC North. Instead, the Packers grabbed an early 6-0 lead and never looked back, hanging 21 and 14 points in the second and third quarters, respectively. The Bears managed to score two TDs in garbage time to make the game look closer than it really was.
Miller saw 6 targets from quarterback Mitch Trubisky, hauling in 3 receptions for 28 yards. Trubisky was clearly overwhelmed by the Packers' defense, throwing two costly interceptions and completing just over half (56.5%) of his throws.
The Bears are left with more questions than answers following their fifth straight defeat. Head coach Matt Nagy appears to be on the hot seat. His team will look to break out of their struggles against the Detroit Lions in Week 13.
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