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Bears' loss to Jets shows they're still early in rebuilding process

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They’ve averaged 29.6 points per game from Week 7 heading into their game against the New York Jets on Sunday. They hung 33 on the New England Patriots immediately after those adjustments were made, catching one of the league’s best defenses completely off guard with Fields’ designed runs and big-play ability.

But with this offensive uptick came a defensive downturn. There’s no such thing as a free lunch, after all.

It was all but expected after the team traded away both defensive captains in Roquan Smith and Robert Quinn. Quinn is now part of a Philadelphia Eagles edge rotation, helping pressure quarterbacks for a contending team. Smith was dealt to the Ravens, who hope to do the same in the postseason. However, in a somewhat surprising move, Chicago then traded for wide receiver Chase Claypool, sending a very clear message: the offense, and trying to get the most out of their developing young quarterback, was the priority.

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