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Quick thoughts beyond the obvious from Bears’ 26-6 loss to Browns

A look at Robert Quinn’s resurgence, the tight ends’ library-level quiet start to the season and David Montgomery.

This 11-yard catch by Cole Kmet was the only one by the Bears’ tight ends Sunday.
This 11-yard catch by Cole Kmet was the only one by the Bears’ tight ends Sunday.
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CLEVELAND — There’s little joy in picking through the scraps of the Bears’ 26-6 loss to the Browns on Sunday, but here are three under-the-radar observations from the debacle:

Quinn’s comeback
The Robert Quinn signing looked like an absolute dud last season, but he’s back thanks to a better offseason and collaboration with defensive coordinator Sean Desai. Quinn had 1.5 sacks Sunday, raising his total to four. He’ll be in double figures by the end of the season if he stays healthy.

Tight ends empty
The Bears continued to get minimal production from their tight ends Sunday, with their only catch coming an 11-yard pass to Cole Kmet. Through three games, the tight ends have been targeted just 12 times and they have a collective eight catches for 64 yards.

Montgomery stuck
Quarterback Justin Fields wasn’t the only one struggling behind the Bears’ offensive line. Running back David Montgomery managed just 34 yards on 10 rushes. He had a 16-yard run on the Bears’ first play, which means he averaged two yards per carry the rest of the afternoon.