5 things to watch for as the Chicago Bears play the Cleveland Browns, including the game plan for Justin Fields — plus our Week 3 predictions

Last weekend, in a home game in which the defense was playing lights out, the Bears offense managed only 13 points on 10 possessions and was only able to squeeze out two field goals from the three short-field possessions the defense provided with takeaways. The second-half output of 83 yards and four first downs wasn’t good enough. On Sunday, on the road, against a quality opponent and with a rookie quarterback making his first start, it’s hard to see the offense finding an instant groove.

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