Chicago Bears: 5 Things to Watch for in Week 3

TAMPA, FL - SEPTEMBER 17: Running back Tarik Cohen
TAMPA, FL - SEPTEMBER 17: Running back Tarik Cohen /
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How Secondary Handles Antonio Brown

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Over the past several seasons, Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has been one of the elite receivers in the NFL. This season appears to be no different. After the first two weeks of the year, Brown leads the league with 244 receiving yards, and is ranked second with 16 receptions. Just like it was against Julio Jones and Mike Evans in Weeks 1 and 2 respectively, the Bears will have their hands full with Brown, as well as with fellow receiver Martavis Bryant. Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara has participated in practice, and could make his regular-season debut with the Bears. However, whether if it’s Amukamara, Kyle Fuller, or Marcus Cooper attempting to shadow Brown, the task of just containing him may be too great.