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Grade Ja’Marr Chase’s performance vs. Bears

The Bengals move to 1-1 after a rough offensive performance on Sunday.

NFL: Minnesota Vikings at Cincinnati Bengals Katie Stratman-USA TODAY Sports

The Cincinnati Bengals faced off with the Chicago Bears in a Week 2 matchup that was quite a roller coaster ride to say the least.

It was a quick start for the Bears as former Bengals’ QB Andy Dalton led them down the field for a 7-0 lead.

That 7-0 lead would remain until halftime as neither team could get much going on offense.

The Bengals got on the board in the 3rd quarter when Evan McPherson drilled a 53-yard field goal to make it 7-3.

Then the wheels started falling off for the Bengals as a fumble by Tee Higgins and three straight interceptions by Joe Burrow spotted the Bears a 20-3 lead.

Burrow and the offense wouldn’t quit however as Burrow responded. He took a deep shot to Ja’Marr Chase, but it fell incomplete. Two plays later, he went right back to his college teammate hitting him for a 42-yard TD.

The Bengals would get an interception and scored again on the next play, but unfortunately, the offense didn’t get the ball back as they fell to the Bears 20-17.

It wasn’t a huge day for Chase like we saw in Week 1. He finished with two receptions for 54-yards and a TD on just four targets.

Chase could have had 3 receptions, but he dropped a pass on a slant route that hit him right in the chest.

Overall, it was a rough day for the Bengals offense, but Chase still showed bright spots that make you see why he can be a top receiver in this league.

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