Drops were costly for the Bears in Sunday's 21-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.
According to STATS, the Bears had four of them.
But for the season, the Bears are tied for 15th in the NFL with 24 drops, well behind the dubious league leader, the Detroit Lions (37). On the other end, the San Diego Chargers have dropped just 13 passes.
So who has the Bears drops?
Brandon Marshall is tied for fourth in the NFL (with Calvin Johnson) with eight drops, followed by tight end Kellen Davis with six then Devin Hester with four, according to STATS.
Kyle Adams and Earl Bennett also have one drop apiece.
Marshall has blamed himself for his drops, but he leads the league with 101 catches. Davis, meanwhile, has just 17 catches.
The league leader in drops is Victor Cruz of the New York Giants with 10 then Jimmy Graham of the New Orleans Saints and Wes Welker of the New England Patriots with nine each.