Calvin Johnson and Nate Burleson both fumbled on the first two drives of the game for Detroit, and Matthew Stafford doubled his interceptions on the year. These six turnovers set the stage for a night to forget in Chicago.
Turnovers were not the only story line of this game, however. Detroit's run defense looked much better than previous weeks, holding Matt Forte to 3.6 yards per carry and only 64 yards. The simple fact is, unfortunately, the Lions' offense and special teams made too many mistakes for the Bears offense to be a factor.
With that being said, here are the five takeaways from Detroit's loss in Chicago.