10 questions Chicago Bears must answer against Washington Commanders week 5

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Standing at 0-4, the Chicago Bears will take on the Washington Commanders. The Commanders are 2-2, so they are not a powerhouse, and they may be a team that the Bears can compete with. They have been down to the final drive in two of their four games this season. With that in mind, what are some things we must know if the Bears plan to win this game?

10. Can D.J. Moore continue his dominance against the Washington Commanders secondary?

D.J. Moore has been really good this season. What is more impressive than his start on paper is who he did it against. Moore has had to face off with Patrick Surtain, Jaire Alexander, and L'Jarius Sneed in three of his four games. He found success against the Bucs with the aid of Carlton Davis being injured.

So, as he gets ready to square off against the Commanders secondary, there are some reasons to think that he may be having his best game yet. The Commanders secondary has issues. Kendall Fuller is fine but is not capable of handling a higher-end wide receiver like Moore.

When Moore is matched up against Emmanuel Forbes, it should be an automatic call out to throw him the ball. A.J. Brown and Devonta Smith took Forbes to school, but they were not the first this season, As Forbes is in the top five in yards allowed as a rookie cornerback. Moore has advantages everywhere, and that only happened once against Tampa Bay. He should produce in the same manner, if not greater this week.