The Chicago Bears dropped their sixth game of the season today, losing 35-32 to the visiting Miami Dolphins.

Justin Fields set an NFL regular season record for rushing yards by a quarterback, Chase Claypool made his much anticipated debut, but it still wasn’t enough to knock off the Dolphins and their explosive receiver duo in Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.

You can pin blame on multiple areas for the loss, including the door mat of a defense, and the lack of punch for punch power from the Bears’ offense. However, you can also point some fingers at a certain Bears receiver that dropped a crucial fourth down grab that would’ve extended the Bears’ potential game tying/game winning drive.

Equanimeous St. Brown had a chance to extend Chicago’s last drive on fourth and long, but the pass slipped through St. Brown’s hands.

The drop led former Bears player Alex Brown to go on TV and declare that St. Brown should be off the team.

The mistake by St. Brown was bad, that’s obvious. But to say he needs to be released? Maybe that’s a little much.

But it might not be, considering the growing depth within the receiver group.

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