Bears coach Marc Trestman takes blame for loss to Lions
The Chicago Bears' season is careening to an ugly end.
They had the lead, but lost it and the game during a 34-17 defeat to the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving.
Bears coach Marc Trestman took the blame.
"We just didn't do enough," Trestman said. "It starts with me. I'm looking inside and accepting accountability for this loss. We just couldn't get it done and didn't have enough ammunition to stop them or continue drives. We couldn't overcome the adversity that we had over the course of the game, and matching score-for-score, we couldn't do that."
Trestman could be on the hot seat in Chicago. So could struggling quarterback Jay Cutler.
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun