Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long retracted his calling out of fans booing and said that his team just needs to play better.
The Chicago Bears suffered a loss at home against the Miami Dolphins as their record fell to 3-4, and the fans were unsurprisingly frustrated with their team.
Fans expressed their anger by booing, and guard Kyle Long criticized the fans for booing them at halftime when they were down 14-0.
However, the Bears guard had a change of heart the next day. “That falls on our shoulders. It’s unfair to put it on the fans. There was a lot of frustration after the game. You work hard all week,” Long said to ESPN.
Bears fans had plenty of reason to be upset since their team played poorly, putting themselves down 24-7 in the fourth quarter against the Dolphins, which they were never able to recover from.
The Bears also committed three turnovers, including two from quarterback Jay Cutler. Cutler had fumbled the ball three times while losing one of them in addition to an interception.View poll on FanMob