10 questions emerging from the Chicago Bears win over the Las Vegas Raiders

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9. Will the Chicago Bears keep rolling with D'onta Foreman?

It has only been two games, but D'onta Foreman has been the Chicago Bears' best runner between the tackles. Khalil Herbert averages 5.3 yards per attempt, but his success rate is 51%, as he is more hit or miss. Foreman is averaging an impressive 4.7 yards per attempt, and that is with a success rate of 63.9%.

So, Herbert has a few more big runs, but down-to-down Foreman keeps the offense on schedule. Herbert will not return for at least two more weeks, but Roschon Johnson will be back this week. What does his role look like next to Foreman?

They made Foreman inactive in favor of Johnson, but Johnson has a 48% success rate and has missed a few weeks with a concussion. The most likely thought is Foreman will assume the snaps that Herbert would have while Johnson goes back to being the passing down back. The team will have to make a decision to keep Darrynton Evans or Travis as their third back because both will lose their role to Johnson before Foreman.