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The Chicago Bears fell to 2-2 on Sunday after another inept offensive performance at MetLife Stadium against the New York Giants. Here are our instant reactions to the 20-12 loss … Watch our live postgame show now! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IP82mZ_QFKY Adam Hoge The Bears just lost a football game on a muffed punt to a team that basically finished the game without a quarterback. That’s brutal. Justin Fields played better, but the offense is a mess. At some point they’re going to have let him play quarterback more than a handful of snaps per game. The defense still hasn’t allowed a touchdown in the second half this season and a competent offense should be able to take advantage of that. Oh, and…

Jaylon Jones played his first defensive snaps in the regular season during the Week 3 victory over the Houston Texans. The undrafted cornerback out of Ole Miss played 32 snaps in place of Jaylon Johnson, who missed the game with a quad injury. And the first time Jones’ number was announced over the PA system at Soldier Field was for a defensive holding call in the second quarter on third down, which gave Houston a fresh set of downs. That mistake didn’t amount to any points for the Texans, but it was a learning moment for the young cornerback. “I think I did alright. I’m a guy that is really hard on myself,” Jones said. “I think I could have…

Somehow, someway the Bears’ wide receiver group is in a worse position than it was coming into the season. After three weeks, free-agent acquisition Byron Pringle is heading to injured reserve. He caught one pass for 11 yards in the 23-20 win over the Texans before exiting the game with a calf injury in the first half. “Yeah, whenever you lose a starter or a player like that, that’s a good blocker and certainly stands for everything we believe in, that certainly hurts,” Bears coach Matt Eberflus said. “And guys are gonna have to step into that role and share that role as well. So it always hurts when you lose a guy like that.” Even though Pringle only has…

It wasn’t pretty and plenty of questions were created about Justin Fields and the passing offense, but the Chicago Bears escaped Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans with a 23-20 victory at Soldier Field. Here are our instant reactions to the win … Watch our live postgame show now! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6UsTjfi1xQ Adam Hoge The Bears badly needed their best player to win this game and Roquan Smith came through. 16 tackles, two TFLs, one massive interception and another PBU. Considering he wasn’t even 100 percent, that’s a game you’re going to remember for a long time. As for the offense, the Bears ran for nearly 300 rushing yards… and almost lost. That’s hard to do. Justin Fields is struggling mightily and…

LAKE FOREST — When Khyiris Tonga dropped back in coverage and intercepted Justin Fields over the weekend, an escort of Bears led the way for the 6-foot-4, 338-pound defensive lineman. Tonga made his way to the perimeter along the left sideline and returned the interception 80 yards for a pick-6.  https://twitter.com/ChicagoBears/status/1561147660882542592?s=20&t=AO4BUdvQQmkvpGs2Q8Pf9w That kind of play in last Saturday’s practice wouldn’t have...

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