24. Chicago Bears (23)
Is it officially time for the Chicago Bears to hit the panic button after suffering a fourth loss in a row to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday?
Back at the end of September following a thrilling win over the Minnesota Vikings, the Bears seemed to be heading in the right direction as a top contender in the NFC.
Instead, Chicago continues to sit in the bottom of the NFC North, and if Mitch Trubisky wasn’t already feeling heavy pressure before, he’s certainly going to be feeling it heading into Week 10.
Seeing how the Bears’ defense has been considered one of the top in the league for a couple of years, a reliable quarterback to run the offense would seem to give Chicago a major advantage in the NFC, which is why there’s been so much frustration surrounding Trubisky.
Even more frustrating for the Bears, fans remember all too well that Chicago decided to choose Trubisky in the draft back in 2017 when both Deshaun Watson and Patrick Mahomes were available.
At this rate, the Bears will end up needing to figure out a better option than Trubisky, because after numerous opportunities to prove himself in 2019, he keeps coming up way short.