Javon Wims on unsurprising list of Bears inactives vs. Cardinals

Annette Crawford
September 24, 2018

Gruden's Raiders are 0-2 to start the season while Mack and the Bears are 1-1.

In order to grab their first victory of the season, the Cardinals must show great improvement in many areas.

Led by veteran quarterback Sam Bradford, the Cardinals are a complete mess on offense, totaling just 365 yards of offense through those two contests.

Yes, the Cardinals still have Larry Fitzgerald and, yes, David Johnson is one of the most talented running backs in the National Football League, but the other nine starters on offense are simply no match for the Bears' overwhelming defense and will struggle to score more than 10 points on Sunday. A theme of the game, though, was the Cardinals' defense bailing out Trubisky with some silly penalties, like two roughing the passer flags on the same second quarter drive and an unnecessary roughness penalty in the fourth quarter.

The Cardinals are winless through two games, and have scored just six points in their first eight quarters.

After Bradford's fumble at the Chicago 16, the Bears drove down to kick the go-ahead field goal, leading to Rosen's dramatic entrance. Tenth overall pick Josh Rosen almost staged a game-winning drive after entering for Bradford after Parkey's field goal, though. The rookie came in and made a few good throws, but the drive ended with a fourth down attempt getting picked off on the right sideline.

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