Losing is wearing on the Chicago Bears, coach John Fox and his staff. The heat on Fox and the Bears coaching staff has increased with each defeat in a five-game losing streak, although the Bears coach said Monday he hasn't discussed his job status with team ownership or management. "I haven't heard anything one way or the other," Fox said. "I wouldn't ask. That's more how I see it. "I'm doing everything in our power to put the best product on the field day to day, week to week. I control what I can control and that's what I can control." Never miss a local story. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access. SUBSCRIBE NOW Fox's contract has one year left after this season. Fox said there has been nothing negative in his dealings with Bears general manager Ryan Pace. "It's been very positive from the standpoint of a working relationship, like everybody, even you (media) to some degree," Fox said. "It's frustrating, no doubt. That can't deter you. You just keep rolling, and like I've said, we've got four games, the final quarter of our season. As soon as today's over and we're done talking about yesterday, we're on to Cincinnati." In Sunday's 15-14 loss to the San Francisco 49ers (2-10), the Bears offense misfired for the second straight game as they fell to 3-9. With the defeat, Fox is the losingest coach in Bears history with a .272 winning percentage (12-32). Abe Gibron had a .274 winning percentage (11-30-1) from 1972-74. The offense has gained only 140 yards and 147 yards in the past two games with Mitchell Trubisky at quarterback. And the offense managed only seven points Sunday against San Francisco. The other score came on special teams. Fox said he hasn't considered changing offensive coordinators. "That's not been kind of productive for me in the past, No," he said. Playing Trubisky after starter Mike Glennon was unproductive has led to problems as well as injuries to receivers. "I'd like to have been more productive offensively, but the reality is we're kind of where we are," Fox said. "(We're) playing a lot of young players, in particularly at the quarterback position. I've seen improvement in him. And that's kind of what I