Hey Bears Fans! ?
Another week just flew on by! At this rate, the season will be here before we know it. ? If you’re like me you probably find yourself daydreaming about what’s to come under the new regime.
Our Chris Bocker started off the week with a bold claim about the future of the Bears’ offense when he made his case for it to become a top-10 unit in 2018. When you look at what it’ll take, it’s much more obtainable than one would think.
Then on Tuesday, Andrew Ortman explained why things appear to be different in free agency this time around and why Chicago is as an attractive of a destination as its been in years.
We all know that the Bears are in drastic need of help at wide receiver, and that’s why Mark Talarico set out to determine whether Allen Robinson or Jarvis Landry would be the best option for Chicago.
On the podcast, we capped off our “State of the Franchise” series by giving the Bears’ defense a full examination. We decided which players are the true building blocks, and started looking ahead at our early favorites in free agency and Senior Bowl prospects.
Stephen Letizia gave his suggestions as to what Chicago Bears should be re-signed as he sheds light on this often overlooked aspect of the offseason.
The Bears won’t be the only team making cuts. That’s why William Ingalls scouted the league and found six receivers that could end up being cut that Chicago should consider pursuing.
Catch up on this week’s content
Making the Case for a Top-10 Bears Offense
Here’s why the Chicago Bears offense can leap into the top 10 with a couple new playmakers under head coach Matt Nagy.
by Chris Bocker
Bears Poised to be Big Time Players in Free Agency
For the first time in a long while, Chicago is an appealing destination for free agents.
by Andrew Ortman
Allen Robinson vs. Jarvis Landry: What’s the Best Option?
If both receivers are available when free agency opens, who would be the best fit in Chicago?
by Mark Talarico
[PODCAST] State of the Franchise 2018: Defense
Take a listen as we analyze the current state of the Bears’ defense and lay out the offseason blueprint.
Current Bears Who Should (And Shouldn’t) Be Re-signed
There are some players who deserve a new contract, as well as others that don’t. What should the Chicago Bears do?
by Stephen Letizia
Six Receivers That Could Enter Free Agency (And Come to Chicago)
Here’s a list of potential receivers who could hit the open market and become a Bear.
by William Ingalls
That’s all this week. We’ll be back with more content on Monday. ?⬇️
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