Robertson-Harris has been the big winner of training camp. He has dominated headlines and offensive lines over the past two games and went from a practice squad idea to a roster lock. Still, Robertson-Harris is raw in his position and spent most of last season on the sidelines with an injury.
This is going to be another great chance to play Robertson-Harris for a long period of time to see what exactly they have in him. He may not start the game, but he could get in as early as the second series of the game.
The Bears will get a long look at Robertson-Harris and see if he is actually a player that they can trust on the field on Sunday’s. Can Robertson-Harris ride the momentum? Is he a roster lock? Does he get treated like a roster lock in this meaningless game? These things will be worth watching when evaluating Robertson-Harris.