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Everything we know about Chicago’s preseason win

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Bears’ passing attack: The most prominent topic revolving around the 2022 Bears all lead to the progression of Justin Fields. Whether he plays one series or the entire game, fans and experts cling to every throw. Fields is the starter for this team, but Trevor Sieman is proving to be the perfect backup quarterback.

Offensive line progression: It’s no secret that Chicago has struggled to protect the quarterback over the last few seasons. GM Ryan Poles made it his mission to rebuild the offensive line as quickly as possible. The Bears have continued to use different combinations over the first two preseason games. Last week, the offensive line gave up five sacks to the Chiefs. Tonight, Chicago gave up just two.

Continuing to play team football: In the comeback victory against the Chiefs, the Bears battled back as a team and found a way to win, playing well on offense and holding the game at the end on defense. Chicago has continued that pattern. They aren’t leaning on one aspect to carry the entire team. They’ve found ways to do well in all three phases of football, leading to a 2-0 start in preseason.

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