CHICAGO – Bears’ coach Lovie Smith doesn’t like the position his team is in after yet another loss Sunday.READ MORE: Crews Working To Open Valve Believed To Be Cause Of Dixmoor's Weeklong Water Woes
However, the playoffs are still on the coach’s radar.
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“We don’t like the position we are in with two games to go,” Smith told WBBM Newsradio’s Josh Liss on Monday. “It’s about getting one win and getting another, and we’ll finish up 10-6 and see what happens.”READ MORE: Allan M. Brown Of Countryside Is The Suspect In Kenosha Police Shooting
“Now is the time for us to take it to the field. We are not out of the playoff run is the reality.”
Smith also refused to get into a debate about some of the officials’ calls on Sunday, including some of the interference calls against Alshon Jeffery.
“I just don’t think they [the officials] lose many games … A lot of calls went against us,” he said.MORE NEWS: Gov. JB Pritzker Announces Vaccine Or Weekly Testing Mandate For Illinois Daycare Workers
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