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5 takeaways from Bears’ Week 3 win over Texans

First, the good news. The Chicago Bears moved to 2-1 following their 23-20 victory over the Houston Texans in Week 3.

Now, the bad news. Quarterback Justin Fields didn’t play well. He said as much in his postgame press conference.

“Straight up, I played likeー I want to say the “a” word, but I won’t, so I’ll say I just played like trash,” Fields said. “Played terrible, and really just gotta be better.”

Self-awareness is an invaluable trait. At the very least, Fields has it. He knew he was terrible, so we’ll leave it at that.

Here are my five biggest takeaways from the Chicago Bears Week 3 victory.

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