The Chicago Bears began the preseason with a 19–14 win over Chiefs against Kansas City. Even though it's preseason, it's still encouraging after seeing Chicago's rookies perform

 Safety Jaquan Brisker put up a strong performance against the Chiefs, showing that his dominant play  certainly paid off.

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Brisker showcased his physical play and ball-hawking skills, nearly escaping with an interception. ..

Brisker's 1st success came in his debut, but he'll have plenty of opportunities ahead of him. Undrafted rookie linebacker Jack Sanborn  made  most of his chances & did it admirably

The Bears have stressed the importance of robbing football, and he has done so on his two occasions. Sanborn had an interception and a fumble recovery in the second half,

 Both scoring on offense. Sanborn was also impressive on special teams, making some impressive tackles.  

There were other notable rookies to shine in their NFL debuts, including left tackle Braxton Jones, who started against the Chiefs.

Although he only played a few series,  the left side of the offensive line held up well against him and Cody Whitehair.

Then there is his running back Trestan his Ebner who has demonstrated skill in both  the running and passing games.

 Ebner recorded six carries for 31 yards (5.2 average) and caught for a 12-yard touchdown. 

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Defensively his end Dominic Robinson showed his athleticism and ability to give a quarterback  his first NFL sack on his debut. 

 Needless to say, the Bears were without two of their top rookies through injury: cornerback Kyler Gordon and wide receiver Belles Jones Jr.

If the performances of Chicago's rookies are any indication, the future is certainly  bright.  The dawn of the Matt Eberflus era has begun.

Despite being his first preseason game, there are plenty of reasons to get excited. Here's an analysis of the moment in Chicago's 19-14 victory over Kansas City.  

There were many standout performances by the Bears as they beat the Chiefs in the preseason. We break down Chicago's big preseason win  over Kansas City. 

 Former Bears HC Matt Nagy smiled as he greeted  former players on the touchline before Saturday's preseason game at Soldier Field.