Justin Fields moved to 2-1 as a starter on Sunday, as he and his Chicago Bears defeated the Las Vegas Raiders in Sin City, 20-9. It wasn't pretty by any means, but the Bears were able to establish some consistency on offense while the Raiders were unable to do so.
Derek Carr and Co. were out of sync the entire afternoon. Some of Carr's throws were off target, but his receivers also suffered through a couple of drops. Box scores usually don't tell the story of games, but in this case, it somewhat does. Carr threw for just 206 yards and one interception while star tight end Darren Waller caught just four of his eight targets for 45 yards. Fields completed 12 of 20 passes for 111 yards and one touchdown while the Bears racked up 143 yards on the ground. The Chicago defense stood its ground all game and the Bears were able to ultimately walk away with a win.
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