The Chicago Bears are a complete mess. 

Last night the team suffered their fifth straight loss and it was so bad that even the stellar Bears defense had given up during the game.

That's right, one of the league's best defenses waved the white flag and had no interest in playing anymore. 

You'd think for a team that started the season in first place and undefeated would turn it around eventually, however it's clear that the Bears are falling and falling hard. 

Fire the coach and hope the team regroups under an interim head coach?

It won't happen according to current head coach Matt Nagy. 

Nagy told reporters yesterday that he's not worried about job security and the team just needs to do some soul searching. 

"You got to soul search and you got to be able to stop the bleeding."

If Nagy sticks around rest of season how bad do you think they'll continue to be?