New outside linebacker Robert Quinn, who missed the Week 1 game against the Detroit Lions with an ankle injury, was limited in practice on Wednesday. Quinn did not practice at all last week, so while this isn’t ideal, it’s certainly promising that he could be available for Sunday’s game against the Giants.
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Considering the Bears struggled to get after the quarterback against the Lions, Quinn’s presence would surely do wonders for a pass rush that needs to be better moving forward.
After all, that’s the reason why the Bears signed Quinn to a five-year, $70 million deal this offseason. They need an impact player opposite Khalil Mack, especially one that could have his way with a porous Giants offensive line.
Speaking of Mack, he was also limited in Wednesday’s practice with a knee injury. It was the same knee injury that kept him a limited participant throughout last week’s practices and left him with a questionable status.
Assuming both Mack and Quinn are able to go Sunday, that could be disastrous for a Giants offensive line that struggled to stop much last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers.