The Bears will try to build off last week's win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but the Cleveland Browns present a tough opponent to do it against. Here's what to look for in the Week 3 matchup between the Browns and the Bears.
Veteran tackle Jason Peters has stepped into the starting role for the Bears and played well through the first two weeks, despite some lingering injuries. The 39-year-old knows what his body needs to get ready for football.
Justin Fields will get his first career start Sunday against the Browns in Cleveland. What should we expect from the Bears rookie quarterback?
Bears head coach Matt Nagy announced Wednesday that rookie quarterback Justin Fields will start Sunday’s game against the Browns in Cleveland with Andy Dalton still dealing with a knee injury that forced him to leave the team’s Week 2 game against Cincinnati
Through two weeks, it is an extremely small sample size, but the numbers back up what the eyes suggest: Andy Dalton and Justin Fields couldn't be more different quarterbacks.
Bears head coach Matt Nagy declined Monday to say whether Andy Dalton would remain the team's starter if healthy, but minutes later a media relations staffer told reporters that Dalton will start if healthy.
Robert Quinn and Khalil Mack both had sacks in Sunday's win over the Bengals. The Bears kept the pressure on the Bengals offensive line all afternoon.
A fumble and three straight interceptions by the Bears defense led to a nightmare second half for Joe Burrow and the Bengals.
A knee injury knocked starter Andy Dalton out of Sunday's game against the Bengals. The move forced the Bears to roll with rookie Justin Fields. Here's a breakdown of some of Fields' key plays, good and bad.
Catch up on everything you need to know ahead of the Bears vs. Bengals in Week 2 action. Stay here all game long for live updates.