10 major questions Chicago Bears must answer week 2 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Bears have questions to answer at every position in week two

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5. Will the Chicago Bears bench or make Chase Claypool inactive?

It should not be a surprise, but it was notable to hear that Chase Claypool may be benched or even called inactive on Sunday when the Chicago Bears take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After watching his performance in week one, it is not a surprise.

Chase Claypool looked unengaged and looked out of place. He was not a willing blocker, and the team needed that out of him. They have Equanimeous St. Brown, who is one of the best run-blocking wide receivers in the NFL, so it seems crazy to activate a poor blocker and ask him to block when you have a great option on the bench.

Beyond that, Claypool has simply not bought in. The talk all offseason was that he needed time in the offseason, but he missed the entire preseason and looked out of place after a summer getting integrated. At some point, you need to keep the train moving and if Claypool is not there, they cannot slow down for him. How many snaps will you see from Chase Claypool this weekend? Will there be any snaps at all?