The Bears head on the road to face the Raiders in Week 5. Chicago gave us some pretty big news on Thursday when coach Matt Nagy named rookie Justin Fields the starting QB against Las Vegas this week. QB Andy Dalton is healthy, so Fields is starting based off performance and who the Bears feel can win them the game.
The Raiders dropped their first game of the season in Week 4 on Monday Night Football to the Los Angeles Chargers. Las Vegas couldn’t get anything going on offense and the lack of a dominant pass-catcher is showing. Josh Jacobs is also banged up a bit, though he’s good to go for Week 5. Darren Waller can only take you so far at the TE position. Hunter Renfrow, Henry Ruggs III and Bryan Edwards will need to step up.
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