After Sunday's loss to the New Orleans Saints a lot of fingers were pointed right at Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy.
However according to safety Eddie Jackson, it's all on the players and they have to look themselves in the mirror.
Jackson feels the team just isn't on the same page and is hoping for a players only meeting soon.
"Enough is enough. We know the type of team that we have. I don't want to hear about coaches, play calling, it's on us."
While Jackson understands why Bears' fans let out some boos on Sunday, he's hoping fans all understand everybody needs to support each other and booing doesn't help.
"I still don't like the fans booing period. We got to stay together."
Jackson is hoping for the player only meeting to take place tomorrow.
Eddie Jackson said that he understands the fan's frustration, but he still doesn't like fans booing. Jackson on 670 The Score: "I still don't like the fans booing period. We got to stay together."
— Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) October 21, 2019