Bears’ worst 10 defensive players in Week 9, per PFF

The Chicago Bears were defeated by the Miami Dolphins, 35-32, on Sunday to drop to 3-6 on the season.

But quarterback Justin Fields had a record-setting performance, where he rushed for 178 yards, the most ever by a quarterback in the regular season. While the defense again struggled, Fields is developing into a star before our eyes, and the offense is night-and-day from where it was in Week 6.

Pro Football Focus handed out player grades for those who took a snap in the Chicago’s Week 9 loss. Here are the worst 10 Bears defensive players and what their grades were.

S Jaquan Brisker

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Grade: 58.5

CB Jaylon Johnson

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Grade: 58.4

DT Justin Jones

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Grade: 57.3

DT Angelo Blackson

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Grade: 56.9

DE Dominique Robinson

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Grade: 45.6

LB Jack Sanborn

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Grade: 45.5

CB Kyler Gordon

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Grade: 44.1

S Eddie Jackson

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Grade: 42.6

DE Al-Quadin Muhammad

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Grade: 41.0

CB Kindle Vildor

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Grade: 25.8

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