Going into their third and final preseason game, the Chicago Bears still had a lot of questions to answer. Between Justin Fields finally getting reps with the first-team offensive line and the ongoing position battles in the secondary, there was a lot to watch for as the Bears wrapped up their preseason in Nashville against the Tennessee Titans.
The Chicago Bears looked impressive in their final preseason game, but many questions linger with the season opener only two weeks away.
Primarily, it was obvious that Justin Fields looked ready to start. It was disappointing to see Nagy not play Fields to start the second half after he got such limited snaps in the opening two quarters. Fortunately, his last drive culminating in a touchdown to Jesper Horsted further confirmed what every reporter, “insider”, and fan had been saying for weeks about the ongoing Justin Fields-Andy Dalton controversy.