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Jimmy Graham retweets stat showing Bears’ historic offensive futility vs. Browns

Chicago Bears, Jimmy Graham, Matt Nagy

The Chicago Bears had a historic performance in their Week 3 road game against the Cleveland Browns, but they made history where no offensive coordinator would ever want to see their team be in.

The Bears offense orchestrated a lowly performance for the ages in this contest. From the nine times that rookie quarterback Justin Fields was sacked to the mere six first downs recorded, Chicago simply had an outing that sure will be overanalyzed in the coming week.

Bears tight end Jimmy Graham failed to make an impact in the contest, as he was only targeted once over the course of the game.

Graham sure is feeling dissatisfied with Chicago’s overall offensive performance against the Browns. On Twitter, the veteran tight end retweeted a tweet from CBS Sports’ official NFL page that highlighted just how dismal of a showing it was from Chicago.

The pressure is continuing to mount on the Bears following their 1-2 start to the season. More so, there may be uncertainty as to who will start for the Bears in their upcoming Week 4 game against the Detroit Lions, as head coach Matt Nagy noted after the loss to Cleveland that Fields hurt his hand during the late stages of the game.

Chicago sure is in need of a winning streak at this early stage in the campaign.