The whole f'n team. 1) Offense Cutler was awful. Very inaccurate & made bad decisions on those picks. He missed several open receivers. He also seemed to hold the ball too long but I think that was a result of us max protecting a lot & guys not getting open soon enough if at all. The OL had their worst game to date which lead to Britten playing a lot. Our running game has been & still is very inconsistent. We seem to break a big run every week but too many times we are stoned at the LOS. Overall we seemed out of sync on offense. For some reason we saw a lot more max protect today instead of the quick 3 & 5 step passing game. 2) Defense Terrible against the run & little if any pass rush all game. Peppers had his best game to date but the rest of the DL was pretty much dominated. LBs missed several tackles & the middle of the field seemed open all game. DBs weren't too bad in coverage (although Stafford being inaccurate helped) but missed several tackles in the run game where Bush made them look silly. What we saw in the 1st half shows what can happen to the defense when we don't force TOs. 3) ST No impact plays by special teams.We also gave up a big punt return & Hester had zero holes to run through plus a fumble, which we recovered. KO coverage was good but ST were below average today. 4) Coaching As I said earlier we seemed to use a lot of max protect instead of using the 3-5 step passing game. I'm not sure what the game plan was today but when you get whipped at the LOS on both sides of the ball it usually doesn't matter. In summary we just got whipped in all phases today. If Stafford was more accurate we would've gave up even more points. Their early FGs were a result of the him missing throws or their receivers dropping them more than us making plays. The funny thing is if the best FG kicker in Chicago Bear history could execute an onside kick I think we would've forced OT. I also think the crowd noise played a big part in the game.