There was very little the Bears defense did well Sunday night. If you are looking for a few highlights or some silver lining, I would point to the Rams’ second and third series. Los Angeles got prime field position for both possessions, starting on their own 41- and 42-yard line after the Bears turned the ball over on downs. The defense forced the Rams to kick a field goal both times and turned Los Angeles away after it had first-and-goal from the 2-yard line. Those are the only positives I can come up with from the game. It was a poor effort all around and it was a collective effort in terms of coaches, players, execution. The Rams have one of the best offensive coaches in the league in Sean McVay and a very talented offense. The degree of difficulty was high, but the Bears made too many glaring errors to have a chance.