The Chicago Bears fell to (2-2) on Sunday afternoon after their 20-12 loss to the New York Giants. Two turnovers doom an offense who couldn’t get into the end zone, despite the Giants going through both active quarterbacks.
Here’s the full playing time breakdown for the Bears, a spotlight on some individual stats, and also a few team statistics from their 20 to 12 loss at the hands of the New York Giants.
The Bears playing in a game where running the ball appears to be the best option. Stop me if you’ve heard this before.
The Bears have made a couple roster moves in advance of their game.
Lester’s 2022 Sackwatch is adding a video breakdown to the party with a bonus play spotlight of something that went well for the Bears!
The second-year back put together a career outing against the Texans in Week 3.
The (2-1) Chicago Bears will head east to take on the New York Giants this Sunday. Before each game, we assess the week that was and what to expect in the near future in our weekly installment of the Windy City Gridiron mailbag.
Robert S. continues a new stream format as he talks through the tape from the Bears’ win over the Houston Texans live on 2nd City Gridiron right now — check it out at the link below!
Greg Gabriel explains what he’s seen so far through three games from Justin Fields.
The Chicago Bears are (2-1) after a 23-20 victory on Sunday afternoon against the Houston Texans. Yet, many are left wondering how good a win can feel after such an yet another ugly showing from the team’s passing offense.
Here’s the full playing time breakdown for the Bears, a spotlight on some individual stats, and also a few team statistics from their 23 to 20 win against the Texans.