The atmosphere in the Chicago Bears' locker room didn't sound pleasant after yet another home loss on Sunday. Following a 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins at Soldier Field, a place where the Bears haven't won yet this season, several reporters tweeted about the tempestuous postgame scene.
A couple of reporters described the locker room as "ugly" and tweeted that several players were yelling at each other. According to Michael C. Wright of ESPN.com, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall called out quarterback Jay Cutler and yelled at kicker Robbie Gould.
After the commotion died down, Marshall declined to discuss what happened and called it a "team matter" before venting about Chicago's "unacceptable" record so far this season.
"We're 3-4. We need to play better. That's unacceptable. That's unacceptable. Unacceptable. We shouldn't have lost today. We shouldn't be 3-4. Our offense has to play better. It's as simple as that," Marshall told reporters. "We've got a great, great group of guys, and this is unacceptable. What did we put up, 14 points? Was it 14 points? That's unacceptable."
Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long also used the word "unacceptable" while describing the home fans booing the team.
Chicago has been out-scored 88-51 at home. Perhaps some wins at home would at least take care of the booing problem.