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Good, Bad and Ugly from Chicago Bears preseason win vs. Tennessee Titans
In addition to the Raymond injury and Lynch’s curious evening, preseason hero Ryan Nall being one of only two backs — along with recently signed Josh Caldwell — to tote the rock wouldn’t seem to bode well for his long-shot roster bid. He finished with ____ and appears ticketed for the practice squad for the second consecutive year, with Kerrith Whyte likely securing the fourth and final RB spot.
· With Horsted flashing consistently and Raymond on the sideline, fellow undrafted TE Ian Bunting wasn’t unable to take advantage, drawing his fourth penalty in four games and managing only one catch (on one target) for one yard. Not ideal. After starting fast this preseason, Bunting has likely shown that he needs time to develop on the practice squad and probably isn’t ready to contribute at a thin position.
· Finally, few players seemingly needed to show better after a rough preseason than veteran swing OT candidate Cornelius Lucas. With Rashaad Coward and T.J. Clemmings getting hurt over the past two weeks, it was his job to lose. Yet it appears he already lost it after not getting in the game at all while the Bears gave undrafted rookie Alex Bars the entire night on the blindside. Bars wasn’t perfect, drawing a flag and giving up a bit of pressure. All things considered, though, there was more good than bad, probably securing his roster spot.