The Bears have had a week. And it’s only Wednesday. Let’s review. Sunday: A 36-10 faceplant against the Bucs, which subsequently dropped them in the NFL power rankings (don’t worry, they have good company with the rest of the NFC North). Monday: Receiver Alshon Jeffery was suspended four games for violating the NFL’s PED policy (don’t worry, it won’t stop him from getting a huge payday). Tuesday: Kyle Long, a three-time Pro Bowl, was placed on the IR with a season-ending ankle injury (don’t worry, oh, go ahead and worry). Wednesday: We’re too scared to look at the news. Ok, fine it isn’t all bad – Leonard Floyd and Jordan Howard, two of Ryan Pace’s draft picks, are paying off. And … that’s all we got. But let’s end this on a positive note: Here are the Bears’ 10 worst losses of the decade. Oh sorry, that was the opposite.