Tennessee Titans: Justin Fields plus 10 Bears to watch in preseason finale

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Both the Bears and Tennessee Titans have much to learn about themselves.

A canceled NFL Combine, free agency, the NFL Draft, OTAs, mandatory minicamp, training camp, and two preseason games have brought the Tennessee Titans to within a month of another NFL season. Two important steps remain. They must finish one more preseason game before trimming a roster of 80 men to a 53-man version.

Next up, before they settle into a week’s worth of work leading them up to their regular-season opener versus the Arizona Cardinals, is an exhibition game versus the Chicago Bears at the friendly confines of Nissan Stadium.

The Bears approach the 2021-2022 regular season with something that they seemingly haven’t had for quite some time, hope at the quarterback position. They’ll need it as Aaron Rodgers appears to still be a problem for them in Green Bay.

Bears head coach Matt Nagy is seemingly sitting on a very warm seat. Rookie Justin Fields has been named Chicago’s starter, for the third preseason game at least. Andy Dalton will lead this team for now, but he has the confidence of knowing that one of the NFL’s best defenses has his back.

Might there be a mini-monster growing in the midway? Time will tell, but for now, here are 11 Chicago Bears that Tennessee Titans fans will want to know before watching the final preseason game.