Coming off a win over the Browns, the Steelers will look to make it four consecutive wins as they host the Chicago Bears on Monday night.
After a 1-3 start and seemingly being left for dead, the Pittsburgh Steelers have won three straight games. After a 15-10 win in Cleveland, the Steelers will host the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football. Can Pittsburgh secure their fourth straight victory?
What to expect from the Steelers against the Bears
The Steelers will contain Justin Fields
The rookie quarterback for the Bears had his best game as a pro against the 49ers in Week 8. Fields completed 70 percent of his passes for 175 yards and a touchdown. He also ran for over 100 yards and added another score.
While Fields looks as if he is improving, the same can’t be said about the team around him. The Bears have allowed 30 sacks, the most in the NFL. Chicago also lacks much depth at their skill positions. Pittsburgh will send constant pressure towards Fields. They have the pass rush to consistently beat the Bears subpar offensive line and get to Fields.
The Steelers had similar success last season against a bad Bengals offensive line when they hosted Cincinnati and Joe Burrow. The Bears won’t be able to get any sort of momentum going, which will put Pittsburgh’s offense in good positions all night.