Bears PFF grades: Best and worst on offense from Week 1 loss vs. Rams

By Alyssa Barbieri

The Chicago Bears dropped their season opener, losing 34-14 to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday Night Football. But Chicago’s offense wasn’t the worst thing on the field.

Despite scoring just 14 points, the Bears offense performed better than many expected against a top-ranked Rams defense from a season ago. Andy Dalton made his debut for the Bears, and rookie Justin Fields even got in on the action for a whopping five plays.

Chicago established a balanced attack with running back David Montgomery, who ran for 108 yards on 16 carries and one of their two rushing touchdowns.

While the offense wasn’t terrible, there were some players who performed better than others. Here’s how the Bears offense graded, from best to worst, in their Week 1 loss from PFF:

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