5 biggest questions that Chicago Bears must answer in second half of 2023 season

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2. Can the Chicago Bears see their secondary at its best?

The first game that the Chicago Bears' top five secondary members started and finished together was week 10. Yes, that is sad. It is also exciting now that we are here. This unit is healthy, and entering week 11, there is nothing changing that.

The Bears have Jaylon Johnson playing shutdown football, and Kyler Gordon looks good in the slot now that he is healthy and focusing on one role. Tyriuqe Stevenson gets picked on as a rookie cornerback, but he is growing as well.

Eddie Jackson and Jaquan Brisker have hardly played together, either. Brikser is back after an injury, and Jackson has strung together two straight games. The final seven games could be a show of what this defense is really made of. 

We have seen them healthy for one game, but how about how good they look when they get to gel and play a few games together? That is worth watching for all fans.