Chicago Bears: These were the biggest disappointments from Week 2

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While this week was an overall less disappointing game to watch for the Chicago Bears, there were still some points where certain Bears caused some disappointment this week against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Which Chicago Bears disappointed most against the Cincinnati Bengals?

While the box score only showed a mere 20-17 win, the Chicago Bears played much better than they did last week against the Los Angeles Rams. The defense looked better, Eddie Jackson specifically, and the offense was honestly looking decent with both quarterbacks.

Unfortunately, Andy Dalton left the game with a knee injury, however, Matt Nagy told the media he was “pretty sure” that Dalton didn’t tear his ACL.

With that said, Chicago Bears fans got what they wanted, at a price hopefully, no one was rooting for: Justin Fields running the offense without being pulled every play or so.

Even Fields ended the game 6/13 with 60 yards, 0 TDs, and a very rookie-like INT, the Chicago Bears offense looked capable. That’s a phrase not many people have been able to say for a while in Chicago, so being able to see it live was something people got really excited about.

Due to unfortunate circumstances, the Justin Fields Era seems to be now.

And while that may be true, that doesn’t excuse these Chicago Bears from their disappointing moments in Week 2 against the Cincinnati Bengals.