’s fifth field goal had just split the uprights Sunday when he turned to the sideline, pumped his fist and started screaming. The Bears’ nightmare was complete. And there’s no alarm clock to save them anytime soon. The final score: 15, Bears 14. A gut punch to everyone associated with this wayward franchise. To spell out this abomination in clear terms: The 49ers, owners of a 1-10 record, beat the Bears on their home field Sunday. The Bears’ all-time franchise scoring leader accounted for all the 49ers’ points 15 months after the current regime cut him. It followed a script too cruel to be true. Yet this is the Bears’ reality. Five consecutive losses have them at 3-9, falling weekly to new depths and fully encircled by darkness for the rest of 2017. The bad news: This was a worst-case scenario for a regime hoping to manufacture some semblance of progress to present to ownership at season’s end. After a loss as ignominious as Sunday’s, it’s difficult not to question everything about what the Bears have in place and where they’re headed. The hope represents remains an abstract concept. The scoreboard, the box score and the standings suggest a team with insufficient talent and depth throughout the roster and questionable processes in place. The offense is anemic. The Bears’ 147 total yards were just seven more than last week’s season low in a 31-3 loss to the Eagles. And the latest effort was against the ’s 28th-ranked defense. The Bears had only eight first downs and one scoring drive against the 49ers. Even though they converted 5 of 10 third downs, they ran a season-low 36 plays. They tried to recapture their dominance at the line of scrimmage in the running game, but backs Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen combined for 43 yards on 15 carries. “We went back to some of the things we … execute better and have in games past,” coach John Fox said. “It just didn’t seem like we were able to generate as much as I thought we would.” Trubisky improved his accuracy, completing 12 of 15 passes, including an 8-yard touchdown to . But he threw for only 102 yards, fumbled twice (the Bears recovered both) and was sacked twice. “We’ll see what we’re made of this week,” Trubisky