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Chicago Bears preview matchup vs. division rival Detroit Lions

It’s a divisional matchup this Sunday at Soldier Field when the winless Detroit Lions take on the Chicago Bears in Week 4 of the 2021 NFL season. The Lions continue to prepare for the possibility of facing any of Chicago’s quarterbacks, none of whom have been named the official starter by head coach Matt Nagy.

Meanwhile, the Bears will be looking to rebound from a dreadful performance against the Browns on Sunday in which they surrendered an eye-opening nine sacks.

“It was like going to the dentist,” Bears center center Sam Mustipher told chicagobears.com. “No one likes going to the dentist. (Coaches) give you honest feedback. We had a lot of cavities on Sunday. That’s something you’ve got to improve on, got to fix. Gotta floss every day. So it’s back to the details, back to the execution.”

According to Bears WR Allen Robinson, he notices a difference in Aaron Glenn’s scheme as opposed to in year’s past during the Matt Patricia era.

“With coach (Matt) Patricia, from the optics, they went a little bit more man rather than zone,” Robinson said. “Their zone will probably be a little higher (under Glenn).”

The Lions and Bears will kickoff on Sunday at 1:00 PM EST.

– – Quotes via Detroit Lions Link – –

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