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Football is so back, and after a pretty fun week one of games we have week two to look forward to. This weekend the Bears get to travel down to sunny Florida to take on Baker Mayfield and company. Here is what you should know about this NFC matchup.

Man was that Buccs win over the Vikings fun to watch. It really seems like Baker has won that locker room over and they like him as a leader. Justin Fields has struggled as a passer early in his career, and as a result, the Bears run the ball a lot. The bad news for them is that the Buccs currently have the best run defense in the league after only letting up 41 rushing yards in week one. Baker only had 173 passing yards but was good for two touchdowns and no picks. Evans and Godwin both had over 50 receiving yards, and Rashaad White led the team with 39 rushing yards. Will that be enough for them to defend their home turf against Da Bears?

If you ask me I would say probably not. Getting beat by a new-look Packers had to have left a bad taste in the mouths of the Bears, and they would be eager to bounce back with a road win. Sure he threw a pick, but Justin looked a little bit better throwing the ball and had 216 yards and a passing touchdown. A lot of different receivers had targets and the ball was spread around better than a well-buttered bagel. Fields also looked great running the ball, but the Bears backfield struggled to really get anything going. The defense struggled but should perform better against a less dynamic Buccaneers offense, and I think the Bears are due for a solid bounce-back win.

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Written by Ben Mulry

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