Once again, the New York Giants could not get out of their own way.
In a Thursday night match-up against the Bears, Tom Coughlin's team looked like it would be able to overcome two first-quarter interceptions thrown by quarterback Eli Manning and get its first win of the 2013 season.
In the end, Manning, once known as the king of the fourth quarter comebacks, instead continued to be the interception king.
Manning, who has not had a passer rating above 65.0 since Week 1 of the season, tried to connect with tight end Brandon Myers, who was wide open in Chicago territory.
The pass was too high, and while Myers did his best to jump into the air to get it, the ball hit him in the hands and deflected to cornerback Tim Jennings for what was the final dagger in the Giants' hearts.
At 0-6, the Giants are off to their worst start since 1976, when they started the season 0-9.
Despite the final score, there were some slivers of sunshine in the team's performance. Whether those slivers are enough to help this team get back on track next week against the Minnesota Vikings remains to be seen.
Here’s a look at how the various units graded out.