Bears off to worst start since last season of Dick Jauron era

The Chicago Bears are 0-2 for the first time in more than a decade. The last time they started a season with back-to-back losses was 2003, according to the Bears' official Twitter account.

The 2003 season was Dick Jauron's last as head coach of the Bears. Chicago didn't get its first win until Week 4 that year. The '03 Bears would go on to finish 7-9, and Jauron would be fired after the season.

After losses to the Green Bay Packers and Arizona Cardinals in Weeks 1 and 2, the Bears' first season under new head coach John Fox is starting to look like a disaster. As low as they sunk, the team's two previous coaches -- Marc Trestman and Lovie Smith -- never experienced a two-game hole to start the season.

Fox has his work cut out for him, as his Bears try to salvage their season after a slow start.

(h/t Chicago Bears)