CHICAGO – Bob Quinn sat in the seat at the southern end of the Soldier Field press box surrounded by two of his top lieutenants Detroit Lions front office.
He leaned back against his chair, covered his mouth with his fist, and for several minutes he looked straight ahead, boiling with anger, but trying to suppress the emotions inside.
Lions made a stupid punishment – a personal foul of linebacker Jarrad Davis, who pushed the bear bear Mitchell Trubiski late on the side line and cameraman – then another leaked attack on Nevin Lawson in the end zone when they lost another first half of what was fast the abomination of the season.
The Chicago The bears recorded landing on their first four possessions, and Lions surrendered six more bags and closed three more turns have lost their third straight game in no-show fashion, 34-22.
"We just did not work," said LeGarrette Blount. "Whatever it looks like and what it is, no matter how bad we do, we have to fix it We do not have the job We have not done this work six times this year, so it's something we need to fix We need a sense of urgency to find out what's going on.
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Lions, in the first season Matt Patricie as head coach and Quinn's third general manager, plunged to the last place in the NFC North, three full game for bears, who are on a completely different track under their first training, Matt Nagy.
While bears (6-3) won three straight to overcome their overall victory from the last 5-11 season, the Lions (3-6) are the shell of the team, which won nine matches last year.
In the first half of five out of five of its six losses this year, two-digit numbers have failed. He failed to rush to 80 yards in three straight games. On Sunday, for the second time this season, he almost managed to give a quarterback a perfect passer.
"Obviously, this is not a good game," Patricia said. "I have to go out and get better, I have to get better and get things done."
Only seven weeks in the regular season – despite the low mathematical chance that this year will not have the season's Lions – it seems Lions do not have the tools to fix what's a problem, and in some cases even fail to find out what their problems are.
On Sunday, with Darius Slay, the Lions knee injury at home, repeatedly letting Bears' receivers run wide open for big profits, while Chicago set out from the top 26 points.
Trumps threw a career of 355 yards high and three landings and eight of his 23 completions (30 attempts) were profits of at least 20 yards.
Tarik Cohen opened scoring with a 3-yard run, Trubisky followed the Allen Robinson and Anthony Miller landing passes, and Trubisky scoring from 4 yards on a designed goalie, all in 22 minutes.
Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson (12) is solved without Lions security Glover Quin during the first half on Sunday, November 11, 2018, in Chicago. (Photo: Kamil Krzaczynski USA TODAY Spor)
Both Robinson (six catches, 133 yards) and Miller (5-122) reached 100 yards, and the Trubisks recorded 148.6 passers.
"There was a lot of stuff in there," Davis said. "It's a lot of confusion, we're practicing hard every day of the week, coming out like this – Sunday's Sunday – it's hard, it's hard, it's hard to describe."
DeShawn Shead, who started in Slay's position, defeated Robinson's first landing and said he was guilty of a turmoil in the second round that led to Chicago's second score.
Robinson, a native of Michigan, who played on Lake Orchard Lake St. Mary's, defeated Lawson for his second touch wheel on the third quarter to give the Bears command 34-10.
Last year, who failed to make use of two bad field goals and two bad points, Bears kicker Cody Parkey, scored two strokes in the 69th second quarter in the fourth quarter, but otherwise tried to move the ball into a misdemeanor in their second game from trading the Golden Tate receiver to the Philadelphia Eagles .
Matthew Stafford completed only 25 of the 42 passes to 274 yards and threw two snapshots while Kerryon Johnson recorded hurrying and accepting the landing but also lost the glare.
Stafford has been depleted 16 times over the last two weeks, and the upcoming Lions plan does not make it easier to play against player winners, Carolina Panthers, bears and Los Angeles Rams – teams that have seven losses together – in the next three weeks.
"Losing three games in a row is definitely a matter," said linebacker Devon Kennard. "You want to get things back as soon as possible, especially this year. We are starting in November, starting in mid-November, so we have to go back to work."
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