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A trip to the nation’s capital concludes Week 3 of the NFL slate.
Off to a dismal 0-2 start that’s hardly inspired confidence going forward, the Washington Redskins host a Chicago Bears squad looking to improve on a 1-1 record as it clings to Super Bowl hopes and is led by a dominant defense.
With game-changers Khalil Mack, Roquan Smith and Leonard Floyd leading the way for the Bears, this has all the makings of a showcase game for Chicago, but recent history might lean toward another narrative.
The Redskins have prevailed in the past seven games between the teams and coach Jay Gruden is 2-0 against Chicago. With an offense missing its best player (left tackle Trent Williams is still holding out) and a defense underperforming, at least the numbers could favor Washington.
Early as it might be, this is a crucial game for both teams, as the Redskins are aiming to avoid being washed away into an afterthought as a 0-3 start can do, and the Bears are looking to show they are, indeed, one of the best in the NFL.
1. Can Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears’ offense remedy their ills?
So far so stagnant has been the tale of the Bears offense.
Through two games, the Bears have scored nary 19 points with only six coming on a trip into the end zone.
Once the biggest offseason question, kicker Eddy Pineiro has been just about the only answer for Chicago’s offensive ineptitude, though a knee injury could muddy those waters.
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