The Chicago Bears defeated the  where there were plenty of players who stood out — either in a good way or bad way.

With the second roster cuts set for Tuesday — where GM Ryan Poles will have to trim the roster from 85 to 80

— there were a handful of players who helped their chances of competing for a spot

on the 53-man roster with strong preseason outings against the Seahawks.

And there were others who might’ve hurt their chances. Following Chicago’s Week 2 preseason win,

here’s a look at which roster-bubble players helped or hurt their cause.

Running back Darrynton Evans had another strong preseason showing, and he feels like a safe bet to earn a roster spot.

Evans scored one of Chicago’s two offensive touchdowns — a 1-yard score on the opening possession of the second half.

Evans led the Bears with 39 rushing yards on 8 carries (4.9 average) and a touchdown. He added two receptions for 7 yards.