Chicago Bears: 3 looming decisions heading into Week 3

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The Chicago Bears defeated the Seattle Seahawks to even their record at 1-1, but they face some interesting decisions going forward.

The NFC North is officially fun again. The Chicago Bears came up with a primetime victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2 and now enter Week 3 at .500, with a great chance to go into Week 4 at 2-1.

Meanwhile, the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings beat each other up for four quarters and it simply wasn’t enough. Both of the Bears’ bitter rivals found themselves in an overtime thriller which ended in … wait for it — a tie.

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Following the Detroit Lions’ Week 2 loss, they’re now sitting at 0-2 and the Bears should be feeling pretty good about themselves heading into a road matchup with the lowly Arizona Cardinals, who don’t appear in line for an offensive explosion anytime soon.

The Bears are feeling great about their defense, which currently leads the NFL with 10 sacks. Newcomer Khalil Mack put on yet another show against the Seahawks Monday night, proving he was the perfect piece to make this unit a top defense in the league.

Going into Week 3, the Bears do have some decisions looming on offense. Don’t buy into all of the overreactions you’re seeing regarding the quarterback play, though, because it’s fixable. However, the Bears’ offensive questions stem further than just who is playing under center.