The Bears got blown out by the Eagles 31-3 on Sunday in a game that was even less competitive than that lopsided score would suggest. The Bears fell behind 24-0 in the first half, were outgained 420-140 on the afternoon and gave up 176 rushing yards to drop their record to 12-31 since John Fox became the head coach in 2015. That record and the lack of signs that the Bears are setting up for a strong finish to the year are fueling questions about whether Fox should remain in the job, but they aren’t questions Fox has any interest in discussing.
John Fox doesn’t give “a rip” about job security questions
Pro Football Talk | Nov 26