Chicago Bears: Week 1 report card and positional grades

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Chicago Bears, Allen Robinson
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Who helped improve the Chicago Bears receivers and tight ends grade?

The team’s best receiver, Allen Robinson II, picked up where he left off in 2019. Robinson hauled in five of the nine balls thrown his way for 74 yards, but it was Anthony Miller who led the team in receiving. Miller caught four passes for 76 yards, which included the game-clinching touchdown late in the fourth quarter.

Javon Wims had only one reception on the afternoon, but it was a crucial one-yard touchdown grab that kept the momentum going for Chicago. And rookie Darnell Mooney chimed in with three grabs for 38 yards, giving fans a glimpse of what he can contribute this season.

Just like last season, Chicago’s tight ends weren’t a major factor, but newcomer Jimmy Graham did come through with a one-yard touchdown grab early in the fourth quarter that helped spark the Bears’ comeback.

Grade: B