Thursday Night Football was not good last week. Somehow, it’s gotten even worse this week.

During last week’s broadcast, the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts slogged through a disappointing and bogged-down matchup. That game featured 7 total field goals and zero touchdowns while producing a 12-9 final score.

Amazingly, the game between the Washington Commanders and the Chicago Bears might be even worse. Heading into halftime, Washington had a 3-0 lead with a last-second Hail Mary attempt by the Bears one of the most exciting plays of the game.

To make matters more disappointing, Chicago drove inside the five-yard line at one point. Unfortunately, that drive was stopped short on a 4th-and-goal from the one-yard line.

Eventually, the Bears broke through with a huge touchdown pass from Justin Fields in the third quarter. Nevertheless, one score has not been enough to silence the critics of the broadcast and the continuous string of lackluster games on Amazon.