The Chicago Bears and Mitchell Trubisky were looking to make a statement on Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs, but their home slate ended with a whimper instead as they were blown out in their home finale.
Patrick Mahomes threw for 251 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and rushed for another touchdown in his first career game against the Bears. Meanwhile, Mitchell Trubisky threw for 157 yards in the loss.
David Montgomery rushed for 57 yards for the Bears in the losing effort.
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The Chiefs got on the board late in the first quarter when Mahomes capped off a 15 play, 82 yard drive with a touchdown run to make it 7-0 Kansas City.
The Chiefs added 10 more points in the second quarter, as Butker booted through a long field goal and Travis Kelce capped off another lengthy touchdown drive with a six-yard catch, giving the Chiefs a 17-0 lead at the break.
The Bears finally got on the board as time expired in the third, with Eddy Pineiro booting through a field goal, but it wasn't enough for Chicago as the Chiefs added 10 more points in the fourth quarter to finish off the blowout victory.
The Bears will take the field next week for their final game of the season when they face the Minnesota Vikings in the Twin Cities.