The Chicago Bears had another disappointing game today, with the Mitch Trubisky-led offense struggling to do anything of substance in a 36-25 loss to the New Orleans Saints at home.
Trubisky, the former No. 2 overall pick in the NFL Draft, returned to the field today after missing time with a shoulder injury. He was not good.
The Bears' offense got into the end zone late, but for most of the contest, failed to get anything going.
Trubisky had a brutally honest admission after his team's loss.
“Right now we have no identity. We’re just searching," Trubisky said.
That's not what you want to hear from your franchise quarterback roughly two months into the NFL's regular season.
Chicago fell to 3-3 on the season with today's loss. The Bears have the Chargers at home next weekend, before facing Philadelphia on the road.
The Bears trail both the Packers (6-1) and the Vikings (5-2) in the NFC North.