The defense allowed Raiders QB Jason Campbell to complete his first five passes for 89 yards. Campbell threw for another 81 in the first half.
The offensive line gave up five sacks, four given up by left tackle Chris Williams. Williams, who came into the season with high exceptions didn’t look like the player, who shut down All-Pro DE Jared Allen in week 17 last season.
The offensive line seemed to give Jay Cutler plenty of time on most of the plays because Cutler completed seven of 15 passes for 99 yards and one touchdown. But Chris Williams just got out played by DE Kamerion Wimbley who brought Cutler down four times.
The receivers and tight ends seemed to be in sync with Cutler. Johnny Knox caught a 22 yard touchdown pass in the 2nd quarter from Cutler on a fourth down. Greg Olsen had three catches, Devin Hester, Kellen Davis, and Desmond Clark all had one catch.
Chester Taylor looked very good catches balls out of the backfield.
Clark took the role of snapper on punts and field goals and didn’t look like he could be in the role ever again. Lets just thank goodness this was preseason.
WR Eric Peterman fumbled a punt return and the ball took a Raider roll where they scooped it up for a touchdown.
RG Lance Louis allowed DT Tommy Kelley to sack Jay Cutler, but if he held up his block their could of been lots of yards gained.
Brian Urlacher left the game after the first series with a calf strain and he didn’t return. Just precautionary but you would like to see 54 on the field obviously.
RB Matt Forte five carries for 109 yards, but he broke away for an 89 yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Forte made one move and was on his way to the endzone with his apparent blazing speed.
TE Desmond Clark caught a beautiful throw from backup QB Dan LeFevour in the second half.
CB Charles Tillman had three tackles and intercepted a pass. Seems like Charles could be back to his old form on the right side.
Defensive ends Israel Idonije, Julius Peppers and Mark Anderson all looked sharp. Peppers had a sack, Anderson had a sack and Idonije had a fumble recovery.
Rookie QB Dan LeFevour struggled completing only three of ten passes for 39 yards and an interception.
The Bears play Arizona next Saturday night at 8:30 ET.
Hopefully they can fix some mental errors they seemed to make against Oakland.