If you’re keeping a scorecard between the and 49ers and the big trade for the No. 2 pick, score a win for the 49ers in Round 1 and consider it a setback for the power brokers at Halas Hall. The 49ers’ 15-14 victory, powered by five field goals, added further embarrassment in a season gone wrong for the Bears. With the exception of a wild punt return by rookie Tarik Cohen, a 61-yard adventure that required a lot more steps than that in a weaving-and-juking flash, the Bears were completely manhandled by what was a 1-10 football team. Yes, the 49ers came into Soldier Field and shoved the Bears around, sending them to their fifth consecutive defeat, the worst losing streak since they lost the final five in 2014 to lead to organizational upheaval. The Bears (3-9) are now guaranteed to finish with a losing record for the fourth consecutive season, and they will miss the playoffs for the seventh consecutive year, the second-longest drought in the 98-year history of the franchise. Let that sink in for a moment. With four games remaining, they’re three games out of third place in the , in other words moving full speed toward a fourth consecutive last-place finish. General manager hasn’t spoken on the record since Sept. 6, but you can occasionally glean a little insight from the team-controlled weekly interviews he does with the flagship station WBBM-AM 780. “I look at it like this: Every one of these games is an important evaluation,” Pace said Sunday morning. “We look at these next five weeks as an opportunity to respond to adversity and an opportunity to finish our season strong and finish the season the right way.” The problem is they’re only creating more adversity with an offense that has become horrendous and a defense that is suddenly thinned out by injury and not effective. Before you make excuses for , pointing at his wide receivers, make sure you brush up on the career achievements of Jimmy Garoppolo’s main targets: Marquise Goodwin, Trent Taylor and . The 49ers defense entered the game ranked in the bottom quarter of the league in nearly all significant categories and had been on the field for more snaps than any other team. So naturally the Bears ran only 36