4. The Chicago Bears started to get improvement on their offensive line
The Chicago Bears' offensive line is starting to come together, and it is starting to show. Continuity has a lot to do with success on the offensive line, so when Nate Davis did not do anything this offseason and Darnell Wright was a rookie, it was no shock that the right side of the line was a disaster to start.
However, Davis has been back for two weeks, and Wright has his sea legs now, and the Chicago Bears have started to get better play from the right side of their line. You could see it last week, and this week, the pockets were very clean, even against a loaded Washington defensive front.
Even more than that was seeing Teven Jenkins make his debut. It is unfortunate that Lucas Patrick was injured, but sliding Cody Whitehair into center and playing Jenkins may be the best combination. Even when Ja'Tyre Carter took snaps, it was better than a lot of what Patrick has done this season.
The Chicago Bears always wanted the line to be Wright, Davis, Whitehair, Jenkins, and then Braxton Jones. They can get four out of the five for the end of the season after struggling to get any of these guys in their spots together earlier.