Justin Fields leads a few major positives in Bears’ loss to Cowboys

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3. The Chicago Bears showed resilience once again, and finally got some production out of two specific players

Although the final score may not indicate it, this game was relatively close on multiple occasions. The Bears went down 28-7, only to come back and make it 28-23, which was the biggest sign of resilience from this Bears squad.

Throughout this season, Chicago has been a better second half team, in terms of defense. This game, though, was a bit different. Unfortunately, a Micah Parsons defensive touchdown cut short any momentum the Bears were hoping to keep and ultimately let the game get out of hand.

But, you can tell they are well-coached here in Chicago. Matt Eberflus’ team does not quit, although this final score looked bleak.

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Along with that, Bears fans were pleasantly surprised when they saw Cole Kmet get into the end zone for the first time all year. That touchdown pass from Fields was a beautiful play where Kmet ran a nice route and secured the score. Meanwhile, N’Keal Harry also scored his first touchdown as a Bear, and ended with two catches for 24 yards.