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2018 Schedule
2-1, 1st in NFC North
Trubisky on Bears' offense: 'We want touchdowns' (0:27)
Nagy calls defense 'special' in win over Cardinals (0:52)
Clark loves Mack's incredible impact (1:05)
Mack forces 4th-quarter fumble (0:24)
Bears spoil Rosen's debut with INT (0:17)
Rosen endures nightmarish NFL debut (0:33)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The first place Chicago Bears. It sounds strange, but it's true. The Bears won't be a true playoff contender until quarterback Mitchell Trubisky becomes a more accurate and consistent passer, but Chicago's defense proved it's worth again with four takeaways in the Bears' 16-14 comeback win over Arizona. With better offense, the Bears will be a tough team to beat.

Bradford commits 3 turnovers before getting benched (0:39)
Howard barrels into end zone for 1-yard TD (0:16)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears announce that cornerback Prince Amukamara suffered a hamstring injury and is doubtful to return.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

What an ugly 30 minutes by the Bears, who came out flat for the first time in the Matt Nagy era. The Bears are lucky to only trail Arizona 14-3 at halftime. Khalil Mack bailed out Mitchell Trubisky, who threw a pick late in the second quarter, when he sacked Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford on third-down, which pushed Arizona out of field goal range. The Bears will need a much better performance by Trubisky in the second half to stage a comeback.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears rookie wide receiver Anthony Miller was injured during a 7-yard completion in the first quarter. Miller was able to walk off the field under his own power, but a trainer held Miller's left arm as they escorted the second-round pick into the trainers tent. After a few minutes, Miller emerged from the tent and was given his helmet back. It looks as if Miller will be available when Chicago begins its next offensive drive.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

With a victory over the Arizona Cardinals (coupled with losses by Green Bay and Minnesota) the Bears would have sole possession of first place in the NFC North for the first time since Week 16 of the 2013 season.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears inactives vs. Arizona: cornerback Marcus Cooper, safety DeAndre Houston-Carson, linebacker Isaiah Irving, linebacker Kylie Fitts, offensive lineman Rashaad Coward, wide receiver Javon Wims, defensive tackle Nick Williams.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Chicago is a 6-point favorite in Vegas, but only a 2-point favorite according to FPI.

Josina: Bears supportive of Trubisky developing at 'own pace' (0:50)
5d

How Bad Is The Seahawk's O-Line?

Dan Le Batard, Papi and Michael Smith question if last night was more about the Bears D or the Seahawks O-Line, if it was a big deal that Antonio Brown was a "no-show", how confident are you that Josh Gordon and the Pats are a good fit and much more.

5d

What is Going On In Pittsburgh?

Bomani and Pablo discuss Antonio Brown not attending meetings and film review, question if Khalil Mack makes the Bears a "good team", if last night proved that Pete Carol and the Seahawks are done and much more.

5d

Bears-Seahawks recap; Josh Gordon trade

The crew weighs in on the Bears' defense, Carson Wentz's return and hit the waiver wire. Plus, what does the Josh Gordon trade mean for other Patriots WRs?

Team Stats

Passing Yards170.029th
Rushing Yards112.514th
Points For23.5Tied-13th
Points Against20.512th

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2018 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
1(8)Roquan SmithOLBGeorgia
2(7)James DanielsCIowa
2(19)Anthony MillerWRMemphis
4(15)Joel IyiegbuniweOLBWestern Kentucky
5(8)Bilal NicholsDTDelaware
6(7)Kylie FittsDEUtah
7(6)Javon WimsWRGeorgia