3 winners (and 2 losers) for Chicago Bears in Week 3 loss to Chiefs

Chicago Bears, Justin Fields (Photo by Mike Mulholland/Getty Images)
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Chicago Bears, Justin Fields
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There aren’t many winners after a Chicago Bears game like this one here.

1. Roschon Johnson

The Chicago Bears made a very smart draft pick when they selected Roschon Johnson in the 2023 NFL Draft. It was clear that he would have been a very high draft pick if he was at a different college in 2022 because he would have had more carries to show what he could do.

Since starting his career in the NFL, he has been very good. On Sunday, he was good enough to be considered a winner. He is playing with a terrible offense so he didn’t completely light it up but it was clear that he can make some plays.

He had 8 carries for 38 yards. His 4.8 yards per carry led the Bears. He also was the team’s lead back in every way in this once instead of Khalil Herbert who had one fewer carry and was way off the yardage pace. Johnson managed to catch two balls for 11 yards as well which was nice to see.

2. DJ Moore

DJ Moore should be incredibly disappointed in the fact that he plays for the Chicago Bears. It has been as disappointing of a start as he could have possibly imagined. Not only is the team terrible, but they also just straight-up use him wrong.

Moore only made three catches but he led the team in receiving yards with 41. They should clearly, based on these numbers, be targeting him more. This would also help the offense score more points as he can clearly help them move.

3. Quindell Johnson

The Chicago Bears haven’t had a lot of good play from their defense this season. However, on this one day, Quindell Johnson can be excited about his first career interception. That is obviously a moment that he will never forget.

Despite his team losing, there is no doubt that he will feel like a winner after making a play like that on Sunday.