For the fifth year in a row the Detroit Lions leave Soldier Field in Chicago with another loss. This one comes on national TV on Monday Night Football. Turnovers and penalties cost the Lions another chance to win a divisional game. Detroit, which started last year at 5-0, now falls to 2-4 on the season. The Bear meanwhile lead the Central Division with their 5-1 record. The Lions trailed 13-0 when a fumble at the one-yard line turned the ball over on a fumble. Three drives later it was an interception of a Matthew Stafford pass that ended the drive in the red zone. It was the fourth straight win for Chicago (5-1).

You have to wonder what is wrong with these Lions, penalties, turnovers and poor coaching seem to be the norm these days. Could be a long year!.