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LAKE FOREST — With 1:29 remaining in the game, Justin Fields and the Bears offense faced a fourth-and-10 on their own 42-yard line down by three points to the Dolphins. Fields had four pass catchers to his left and Equanimeous St. Brown lined up just outside the left hash mark on the line of scrimmage. Cornerback Xavien Howard lined up opposite of Brown and jammed him immediately after the snap. Brown worked his way upfield and began to slightly separate when he got to the opposite hash mark. Fields began to climb the pocket and then moved to his right to avoid pressure. Brown was four yards past the first down marker and open to make a play. Fields threw…

The Chicago Bears defense was a complete letdown in Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys as they surrendered nearly 50 points. But you know who wasn’t letting Bears fans down? Justin Fields. The second-year quarterback shined for the second week in a row and is building some serious positive momentum. So as much as it hurt to rewatch the dumpster fire on defense, it was equally exciting to get another crack at watching the game that Fields put together. Here are some observations, thoughts, and analysis that came to mind while rewatching the Bears’ loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Offense Riley Reiff started at right tackle in place of Larry Borom who is recovering from a concussion. On the very first…

The Chicago Bears did just enough to come away with a 23-20 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday. Honestly, there’s no better way to spend my Victory Monday Mornings than rewatching the game and finding some takeaways I didn’t notice at first glance. I was up in the press box this week at Soldier Field, so watching the broadcast...

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Welcome to my weekly Chicago Bears Redzone Report where I take a deep dive into every red zone possession on both sides of the ball. A team’s success or failure inside the red zone has a strong correlation to its overall performance. In many ways, it’s do or die inside the 20. I want to take some time every week...

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I’ll be honest, it took a couple cups of coffee to muster up the strength to put the Bears’ 27-10 loss back up on the screen for this week’s rewatch. I groaned, sighed and hit play. Deciding to attempt the near-impossible, I went (desperately) searching for the consolation prizes, silver linings if you will. I found some, but wish there...

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The Bears will take any advice when it comes to playing the Green Bay Packers. A team that has dominated Chicago for the better part of the last decade. Although there are still a handful of players that are familiar with their NFC North opponent, first-year Bear Equanimeous St. Brown knows Green Bay better than most. He has played 37 games for the Packers in the last four seasons. And for his fellow wide receivers, he shared some insight about Lambeau Field. “I’ve been telling them that the grass is kind of slick there,” St. Brown said. “I know when I was there a lot of the teams that came to play us, they slipped a lot. So I’m telling…

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