The Bears have continued to struggle running the ball and hit rock bottom Sunday.

Chicago rushed only five times in its 36-25 loss to the Saints and totaled 17 yards on the ground while Mitchell Trubisky threw 54 times for 251 yards and two scores. Coach Matt Nagy knows the team should have more balance.

"I know we need to run the ball more. I'm not an idiot," Nagy told reporters at a Monday press conference. "I never go into a game saying, 'I want to throw the ball 54 times.' I'd love to go into a game saying, 'I'd like to run the ball 54 times,' but that hasn't happened."

The Bears ranked 11th in rushing yards (1,938) last season but haven't been the same in 2019. Second-year quarterback Trubisky thinks the Bears need to find themselves.

“We have no identity,” Trubisky said Sunday, via the Chicago Tribune. “We’re just searching. We don’t have any rhythm. We’re not the offense we were last year.”

Last year's team featured the NFL's ninth-best scoring offense, putting up 26.3 points per game. But the Bears are 29th in points per game through six contests this year.

Chicago is frustrated over its poor showing against New Orleans and is focused on finding a solution.

"When situations like this come up we gotta figure out how do we turn this thing around?" Nagy said. 

The Bears (3-3) will get a chance to improve on last week's performance when they host the Chargers at 1 p.m. ET Sunday.