The Chicago Bears got a W on the board this Sunday when they beat the New York Giants 19-14.

Don't look now, but the Bears could be 6-6 if they beat the Lions in Detroit next week. 

Even though the Bears got the win, quarterback Mitch Trubisky wasn't impressed with the team's performance. 

“We scored more points than them, but it’s not good enough,” Trubisky said. “We’ve got to be better in the red zone, we’ve got to be better on third down, we’ve got to be better on offense. Today we found a way to score more points than them. [But] we’ve got to watch it, get better and quit making mistakes.”

The Bears QB singled himself out too for his performance which included going 25 for 41 for 278 yards and two touchdowns along with two interceptions. 

"Not nearly good enough from this offense, from myself," Trubisky said.

What do you think of Trubisky's comments?