On a night that began with the news of Dick Butkus' death, the Bears gave one of their franchise legends a performance to be proud of. Chicago went into FedEx Field on a 14-game losing streak and left with a win, one that might not have been possible without a heroic performance from their newly-acquired receiver. D.J. Moore erupted for 230 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-20 victory, torching the Commanders' secondary in the first half and later icing the game with a 56-yard score in the fourth quarter. Moore was the recipient of 82 percent of Justin Fields' passing yardage, playing the role the Bears expected when they landed him from the Panthers for the No. 1 overall pick.
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