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Chicago Bears: These were the biggest disappointments from Week 6

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Chicago Bears, Justin Fields, Khalil Herbert
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Final thoughts on Week 6: Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears

I’m happy to have two Khalils that are very good at football.

Jokes aside, Khalil Herbert looked very good for being a late call-up from his original No. 3 spot at the beginning of the season. Once Montgomery got hurt, it was up to Herbert and Damien Williams to take over running duties, but once Williams got placed on the COVID-19 list, it was up to Khalil Herbert to be RB1.

Unfortunately, the Chicago Bears offense didn’t finish drives well, so they only ended up with 14 total points. Watching the game, it’s tough to believe that the Bears only scored 14 points, as their offense was looking good at times.

The biggest thing is the Chicago Bears often are less disciplined than their opponent. Whether coaching or the roster itself, this team must become more disciplined if they want to win a majority of their scheduled games.

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Along with that, I think Justin Fields is doing pretty darn well in his progression as an NFL quarterback. That includes making rookie mistakes like the ones that were made today. It’s going to take time, and he’s far from the polished diamond he’ll likely become as more and more games come and go.