FOREST Authentic Adrian Gonzalez Jersey , Ill. (AP) Chicago Bears coach John Fox once again insisted he is not worrying about his future.
A 31-3 loss at NFL-leading Philadelphia on Sunday only added to the speculation that Fox will be fired at the end of the season if not sooner.
”I don’t do this as a job,” Fox said Monday. ”I do this as a profession, so I don’t really worry about job security, time and all that. It’s obvious we’re in a performance-based business; I get that part. I’ll just try to control what I can control.”Article continues below ...
These are tense times at Halas Hall, with the Bears (3-8) on a four-game losing streak and guaranteed to finish no better than .500 for the fifth straight season.
A loud argument between players erupted in a hallway adjacent to the media room on Monday afternoon. It was not clear who was involved.
There was also a terrible stench in the building, though it had nothing to do with the team’s record. Apparently Packers Josh Jackson Jersey , sushi served last week was not properly disposed.
”I most definitely feel like you can feel the frustration within the team, but I feel like that’s natural as a competitor,” running back Benny Cunningham said.
The Bears’ freefall comes on the heels of a promising stretch that saw them approach the .500 mark. They won two of three prior to their bye, posting back-to-back wins for the first time since 2015 before a tight loss to New Orleans.
But they’ve been fading fast since then, with ugly losses and questionable decisions piling up.
They couldn’t beat a Green Bay team missing Aaron Rodgers even though they had two weeks to prepare. The most notable play in that game was a replay challenge by Fox near the goal line that wound up resulting in a turnover by the Bears.
And against Philadelphia Authentic Artemi Panarin Jersey , the Bears never had a chance.