1. The Chicago Bears need to get D.J. Moore going early
This one should be pretty obvious. D.J. Moore did not get going early against the Packers, and the team struggled. He caught two passes, and he moved the chains each time with yards after the catch. It is time to force him the football this week.
Coming from the Carolina Panthers, Moore has a lot of experience in Tampa Bay. Over ten games against Tampa Bay, he averages 5.8 catches per game for 76.6 yards per game. For his career, he averages 4.5 catches for 64.5 yards per game. Last season, he had six catches for 117 yards and a touchdown against the Bucs in Tampa Bay. Moore has a strong track record here.
It is not like he had a good quarterback in any of these games, and it is true that the Panthers are 3-7 in these games, including 1-4 in Tampa Bay. Still, he has had success. The Chicago Bears should have a better quarterback and as good of a team as any of the Panthers units that went to Tampa Bay. It is time to see what the Bears have in this playmaker.