The Bears' 2016 season came to an end Sunday, and turnovers once again played a key role in why the team wasn't successful.
Quarterback Matt Barkley struggled versus Washington, throwing five interceptions, several of which halted positive momentum for the Chicago offense.
The Bears played great in the fourth quarter, until a long throw by the Packers changed everything.
Facing a tough Lions defense, Matt Barkley saved his best for last, almost leading the Bears back in the second half.
The Bears defense had its best game of the season Sunday at Soldier Field, shutting down the 49ers attack with a relentless pass rush.
Quarterback Matt Barkley improved as Sunday's game went along, as he came close to being a hero before the Bears fell short to the Titans.
The Bears suffered more injuries in Sunday's loss to the Giants, adding to the depth issues the roster was already facing.
The Bears repeatedly shot themselves in the foot in Sunday's 36-10 loss to the Buccaneers, committing a season-high five turnovers.
On Monday night, Chicago's defense showed it can be a dominant force in a 20-10 victory over the Vikings.
Matt Barkley took over under center for the Bears on Thursday after Brian Hoyer left with a broken arm.
The Bears defense was brilliant for most of the game versus Jacksonville, but once again struggled at the end.
Quarterback Brian Hoyer put up big numbers on Sunday, but all he’s focused on is the final score.
Eddie Royal came through with multiple big plays on Sunday, helping the Bears to their first victory of the season.
The Bears defensive lineup was filled with rookies on Sunday night in Dallas, which brought mixed results for the unit in a 31-17 loss to the Cowboys.
After seven players left the Bears' Week 2 loss with injuries, their healthy teammates know they need to step up their play.