General view of a helmet of the Chicago Bears at Bank of America Stadium on October 5, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina. General view of a helmet of the Chicago Bears at Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

The Chicago Bears didn’t just lose to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon, they got absolutely embarrassed by a score of 41-10, losing in a matchup so lopsided that Fox even pivoted away from covering the game nationally after halftime. And it sounds like head coach Matt Eberflus wasn’t happy with the performance.

During his press conference after the game, Matt Eberflus took ownership of the brutal performance, saying that everyone in the program needs to “take a hard look at what they’re doing.”

“I would just say that everybody’s got to take a hard look at what they’re doing, in terms of the schemes we’re running, what we’re doing,” Eberflus said according to Pro Football Talk. “We’re charged with putting our players in the best position to execute, and that’s what the coach does. And develop the players at the same time. We just got to do a better job. It’s also on the players because it is a partnership, both of us together. The execution, the product on the field is always player and coach.”

That wasn’t the only game the Bears have struggled this year – the team is now 0-3, losing their first three games of the season.

It’s safe to say that this year has not gone the way Bears fans hoped.

[Pro Football Talk]