Power ranking Chicago Bears players entering Week 3
10. C James Daniels
Daniels is quietly having a strong season in 2019, his first as the team's starting center, and is currently the seventh-highest graded Bear on offense per Pro Football Focus. He's a building block of the offensive line and should continue to get better as the season marches on.
7. K Eddy Pineiro
Pineiro has been perfect on field-goal attempts this season including Week 2's 53-yard game-winner that turned him into an overnight sensation in Chicago.
6. FS Eddie Jackson
Jackson is enjoying a productive start to the 2019 season and has the second-highest coverage grade of any Bears defender, per Pro Football Focus.
5. WR Allen Robinson
Robinson wasn't as productive in Week 2 against the Broncos as was in Week 1's loss to the Packers, but he caught the critical 25-yard pass that set up Pineiro's game-winning field goal as time expired. He continues to be the only real threat in the passing game.
4. SS HaHa Clinton-Dix
Clinton-Dix continued his strong play in Week 2 and feels very much like an upgrade over Adrian Amos in the secondary. He currently has the Bears' highest coverage grade and fourth-highest overall grade of any defender, per Pro Football Focus.
3. DL Akiem Hicks
Hicks is tied for second on the team with five quarterback pressures through two games and was Chicago's best run defender in Week 2's win over the Broncos.
2. NT Eddie Goldman
Goldman is quietly off to the best start of his career. He's the anchor that makes the Bears' defensive front work. He was fantastic against Denver and should have another dominant outing against Washington in Week 3.
1. OLB Khalil Mack
Khalil Mack got into the sack column against the Broncos in Week 2 and even though he ended the game with just one, he was credited with eight pressures of Joe Flacco. His season total is up to a team-leading 11 pressures. He's been the Bears' best player through two games, and it isn't particularly close.