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Please let it end...

The 2014 Chicago Bears' season is on life support and it's time to pull the plug.

Matt Marton-USA TODAY Sports

Just when you think it can't get any worse, it gets worse.

Just when you think the Chicago Bears have sunk to their lowest point possible, they sink even further down.

The 2014 season can't end soon enough.

I was a guest on a FOX Sports radio affiliate this morning, to preview the Monday Night game and to talk about the odd happenings surrounding the Bears of late, and the final question the host had for me was, 'What are you looking forward to most in the last three Bears' games?'

The first thing that popped in my head was that I couldn't wait for the season to be over.

Not the development of any of the youngsters. Not hope that the offense can turn it around. Not looking for the veterans to show some pride. Not hoping Chicago can play spoiler. But just to let it mercifully end.

Has there ever been a Chicago team as dysfunctional as the 2014 Bears?

Just days after Aarom Kromer, Jay Cutler and Marc Trestman addressed Kromer's media leak and subsequent apology, there's another leak to the press about Cutler's true feelings on Kromer's incident. How many "leaks" is this for the season thus far?

It's unbelievable to think that someone else crapped right on top of the huge dump that Kromer took in the middle of the locker room's circle of trust. It's a circle of trust that must be fairly large, with as many Bear players, coaches and employees that are defecating right in its center. I'm not sure how much more it can take before it bursts.

It's almost like someone on the inside is trying really, really hard to bring the entire organization down on top of its self.

I'm hoping the team can reach the low-point soon, because at least then there'll be nowhere to go but up.