Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles and wideout Allen Robinson have no answers for why the team’s offense is playing terribly.
After starting the season at 5-1, the Bears have lost three straight and the offense has played poorly in all three losses against the Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans.
Following the Bears’ loss to the Titans, Robinson and Foles spoke to reporters about Chicago’s offensive woes, via the Chicago Sun-Times.
“Unfortunately, that’s kinda where we’re at,” said Bears receiver Allen Robinson. “Myself, personally, I don’t have too many answers on that. I just try to run what’s called and again make the best of my opportunities. That’s all I can do. I think everybody’s frustrated, myself included. When I look back at the game, I think that for me, whenever I get frustrated on the sideline, it’s typically [asking myself], ‘How can I do more?’”
“If I had that answer, we probably wouldn’t be here,” said Bears QB Nick Foles. “The only thing I can say is that we have to continue to keep working. I don’t know what you all expect me to say. But other than [that] I believe we that we have to keep working at it and keep grinding and keep figuring out what we want to do and how we want to do it. That’s the only way to be, because quite frankly, we’re the ones in it.”
The Bears have the worst offensive line in the NFL. As a result, their running game is putrid and Foles usually never has ample time to throw the ball.
Chicago will look to snap its three-game losing streak in Week 10 against the Minnesota Vikings. The Bears are 5-4 on the season in second place in the NFC North standings.
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