1:00 p./m. ET
35 degrees, mostly cloudy
• Chicago’s offense was extremely impressive in this matchup. They scored on their opening drive and looked sharp throughout the game. Chicago generally seemed much more prepared in this matchup and were able to rally to a 26-0 lead by 8:14 in Q2. Credit due to Chicago’s play calling and game planning.
• Chicago found production by exploiting the absence of Darius Slay in the Lion’s secondary, which resulted in a boost to Chicago’s personnel score.
• Both teams had some issues with game clock management in the first half; each was down to one timeout remaining by halfway through the second quarter.