Chicago Bears Preseason: What We’ve Learned From Game Two

August 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The hardest part in writing this article is where to begin. It seems the Bears did some good but there were also many, many areas of improvement that are obvious.
The final score doesn't really matter; what does matter is how the first string offense and defense performed, how the players on the bubble responded and, of course, the health of the team.
Brian Urlacher went down again with a calf injury. Perhaps the team's best safety, Major Wright, is still on the sidelines and may or may not be ready for the opening bell. Other players being counted on to be a big part of the team this season played poorly, such as Chris Williams.
But, as previously mentioned, there were some positives to come out of this loss to the Oakland Raiders, such as the play of Matt Forte.
So let's take a look at the major points learned from this game as we get closer to game three, which is usually the best game of the preseason.
Here we go...
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