Revealing the Bears’ Lowest PFF Grades in the Matchup Against the Buccaneers

Here are the worst PFF grades from the Bears against the Buccaneers originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

There are plenty of suboptimal grades to go around for the Bears after Week 2.

Their loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road felt like a replay of Week 1. They copied and pasted their shortcomings from their season debut against the Packers to the second week.

The offense, led by subpar play from Justin Fields, failed to move the ball effectively and take care of it, turning it over two times. The Bears’ defense, on the other hand, made Baker Mayfield look like an MVP candidate. They failed to contain the Bucs’ biggest stars.

Here are the players who earned the most “loafs” from a PFF perspective.

  • Yannick Ngakoue – 35.1 PFF grade (52 snaps)

  • Tyrique Stevenson – 36.1 PFF grade (71 snaps)

  • Robert Tonyan – 41.0 PFF grade (18 snaps)

  • Zacch Pickens – 46.5 PFF grade (22 snaps)

  • Quindell Johnson – 47.3 PFF grade (28 snaps)

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