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How would you fix the 3-4 Chicago Bears?

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We took to Twitter to find out what you guys would do.

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With the 17-16 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers the Chicago Bears fall to 3-4 and last place in the NFC North. Math tells us their season isn’t over, but this team looks to be falling into a dark place in year two of the Matt Nagy era.

Catching the 7-1 Green Bay Packers atop the division isn’t happening, but a wildcard spot is still within reach if the Bears can figure out a way to knock off the teams ahead of them in the NFC. The Bears are looking up in the wildcard standing at five teams they’re going to play in the next several weeks (Eagles, Lions, Rams, Cowboys, Vikings) so getting that head to head tie breaker is critical as the Bears close out the season.

If it likely? No.

But is it possible? Yeah.

The next big date in the NFL is the trade deadline that comes on Tuesday, October 29 at 3 p.m. Central, so we took to Twitter to ask you guys what the Bears can do to turn their season around.

If you want to see all the responses — and responses to the responses — be sure to scroll through that Twitter thread, but here are a few we liked.

What do you guys think?

How would you fix the Bears?