In this 13 part series we’ll take an in depth look at each position group for the Chicago Bears with an eye towards the 2021 season. We’ll speculate on who stays, who goes, and some potential...
The Senior Bowl has concluded, and if the Bears are wise, they’ll do their homework on some of these top performers.
To conclude our NFC North consensus top 50, we reveal which players ended up in the top 10, and which player ranked first overall.
After reading what many have said these last few months, I think I have finally deciphered the perfect recipe for the 2020 Chicago Bears.
We now dive into the next phase of our consensus top 50, revealed which NFC North players ranked 30th through 21st on our board.
How will the Bears’ roster look in 2020? Even though rosters still start the year at 53, they can increase to 55, so let’s predict their 55-man group, as well as their 12-man practice squad.
With the schedule officially released, let’s take a look at the best-case and worst-case scenarios for the Bears in 2020.
Now that the smoke has settled from the NFL draft and the roster is at 90, we’ll dive deeper to answer your questions as well enter the long wait before the start of training camp.
Offensive line is still the Bears top draft need heading into the 2020 NFL Draft, so let’s take a look where the position stands right now.
We spotlight the three Chicago Bears mock drafts from the fellas over at NBC Sports Chicago and ask you guy to vote on who did it best.