Bears Take Step Back In Detroit

Mitchell Trubisky throws a career-worst three interceptions against the Lions.

DETROIT - Rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky throws three interceptions as the Bears fall to the Detroit Lions 20-10 on Saturday.

Instead of building off their best win of the season, the Bears instead did the exact opposite. The Bears offense got off to a slow start, and put themselves in a 13-3 hole at halftime, and then a 20-3 deficit heading into the fourth quarter.

Trubisky did threw a career-high 314 yards, but the offense couldn't overcome his three costly second half interceptions.

The Bears running game was stagnant all afternoon. Chicago only mustered up 43 yards on the ground on 15 rushes.

Matthew Stafford had a solid day for the Lions. The veteran completed 25-of-33 passes for 237 yards and two touchdowns.

Tarik Cohen had a 90-yard kick-off return inside the Lions 15-yard line called back due to a holding penalty on DeAndre Houston-Carson. Penalties were a big issue for the Bears on Saturday. Chicago committed 13 penalties for a total 97 yards.

The Bears are now 4-10 this season and 0-5 in the division. Chicago will host the Cleveland Browns next Sunday.

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