13. Chicago Bears (3-2)
Recap: We heard all week that Khalil Mack was going to get revenge against the team that traded him, but the Chicago Bears star didn’t even notch a sack in Week 5. Instead of getting revenge, it was the Oakland Raiders who got the last laugh with a late touchdown and a 24-21 over the Bears in London.
Pros: If the Bears can get him the ball consistently, Allen Robinson is a stud and looks to be back to the top form he once showed in Jacksonville.
Cons: The Bears defense had a major letdown against the Raiders. Chase Daniel is not going to take this team anywhere, either, and that’s especially true with the way the Bears are failing to run the football.
Outlook: Chicago will have an extra week to let this brutal loss sink in with a bye in Week 6. After that, the Bears will have a challenging matchup in Week 7 with the New Orleans Saints, who should be getting Drew Brees back any week now. With the offense playing the way it has this season with or without Mitch Trubisky, it’s hard to see the Bears making much of a dent in the NFC this season.