How bad was it for the Chicago Bears today?
Their 10 possessions went punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, punt.
We're able to go back to 1980 and can tell you that it's the first time a team has punted on every possession in a game within that time.
The shutout by the Seahawks snaps the Bears' streak of 194 straight games without getting shut out, what had been the sixth-longest active streak in the NFL.
The Bears’ 105 points is their most allowed through the first three games of a season since allowing 111 in 2003.
Their starting quarterback, Jimmy Clausen, is now 1-11 as a starter for his career. He ran an offense that netted 48 passing yards for the game.
It’s fair to say that no matter how you look at it, things aren't going well in any way.