2. Do the Chicago Bears have a WR to trust behind DJ Moore?
The D.J. Moore performance will be talked about by Chicago Bears fans for years. Our grandkids will see his record broken at some point, and we will say oh yes, that fun Thursday Night game. Still, there is a little concern that no other wide receivers got in on the fun.
The Washington Commanders secondary is awful. DJ Moore had 67 yards against Kendall Fuller, 58 yards against Benjamin St. Juste, and 76 yards against Emmanuel Forbes. He lit all three of the Commanders top cornerbacks up with ease. Where was everyone else?
Equanimeous St. Brown got hurt. Velus Jones is not a wideout and Tyler Scott is coming along slower than some fans want. Slower than some fans want Equanimousis a good way to describe Darnell Mooney right now, too. He was coming off a lower-body injury last year and it looks like it is impacting him still. Justin Fields had a shot at him and missed, and beyond that, he was quiet.
It is great that Moore beat this group down, but other teams will focus on him and force another wideout to win. Is that when the wheels fall off again?