Key takeaways from Chicago Bears preseason win over Seahawks

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The Chicago Bears moved to 2-0 in the 2022 preseason following their impressive 27-11 victory over the Seattle Seahawks Thursday. It was a clean performance by a Bears team on a short week after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in the preseason opener just five days earlier.

Quarterback Justin Fields played only one series, but for the second week in a row, he looked like a more mature player. He finished Thursday night completing 5-of-7 passes for 39 yards and led Chicago to a field goal on their opening series. Fields’ pocket presence, something the Bears’ coaching staff emphasized was a critical factor in his development this week, was strong. He was under consistent pressure during his brief appearance, and while it was only a small sample size, Fields didn’t appear rattled.

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