Podcast: Chicago Bears vs. Pittsburgh Steelers postgame show

Nicholas Moreano
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Sometimes it’s tough to find the positives when a team loses. However, in the Chicago Bears’ 29-27 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field, there was one positive that stood out above the rest — Justin Fields.

When the Bears needed the rookie quarterback to make a play against one of the better defenses in the league, Fields stepped up several times throughout the night. Fields finished 17 of 29 for 291 yards and rushed for 45 yards. He threw one touchdown and an interception.

Fields completed passes for 20 yards or more to five different targets, including the 50-yard pass to Marquise Goodwin that set up the Bears for their second field goal of the game.

There were also the strikes over the middle of the field to Cole Kmet and Jimmy Graham. And of course the 39-yard completion to Allen Robinson late in the fourth quarter, which was followed by Fields’ touchdown pass to Darnell Mooney to give Chicago its first lead of the game.

Fields was the best player on the field against the Steelers. Even though the loss puts the Bears on a four-game losing streak heading into the bye week, fans can hold their heads high knowing they have their quarterback for the future.

Chicago Audible discusses this and more in this Chicago Bears postgame show

In this latest postgame show, The Chicago Audible breaks down everything from the Week 9 loss. The guys discuss in detail what Fields’ performance against the Steelers means to the organization moving forward. They also talk about Kmet being utilized more over the middle of the field, and also the struggles for the offense in the first half.

On defense, Will DeWitt, Mason West and Nicholas Moreano highlight some players that stood out and also mention a few players who were exposed throughout the game.

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