Hey Bears Fans!
Another week has come and gone. It’s been a quiet week for the Chicago Bears with the biggest topic of the week being the Senior Bowl. But that doesn’t mean we haven’t churned out another epic week of Bears’ content.
To kick the week off, Mark Talarico compared Jordan Howard’s first two seasons with some other big-name running backs to find out just how good Howard is. DeVante Tidwell expects Ryan Pace to be fairly active in free agency and published his “wish list” of ten players he wants in Chicago.
Chris Bocker has his eyes on the upcoming draft and believes that Maryland wideout D.J. Moore (no, not that D.J. Moore ?) would be not only worthy of a second-round pick, but a great fit in Matt Nagy’s system as well.
On the podcast, we analyzed the state of the Bears’ offense sharing our biggest needs, which players should return (and be shown the door), what “surprise” cuts to look out for, how Chicago stacks up in the division, some lessons from playoff teams, and much more.
Will Ingalls took a hard look at the roster and gave a full report on the players he believes could be on the “chopping block” this offseason as the Bears aim to create more cap space. DeVante gave five reasons the Bears (and you) should be “pissed” and why it could lead to more victories soon.
And to close out the week, Steve dissected Pace’s first three drafts to gain insight into the general manager’s strategy round-by-round.
Catch up on this week’s content
Jordan Howard’s career is off to an incredible start, but how does it compare to some other great backs in the league?
by Mark Talarico
Expect Ryan Pace to be an active spender in free agency. Here are ten names to keep an eye on.
by DeVante Tidwell
Find out why the Maryland wide receiver would be a capable option for the Chicago Bears in the second round.
by Chris Bocker
Take a listen as we analyze the current state of the Bears’ offense and lay out the offseason blueprint.
Ryan Pace needs to clear space for the incoming free agent blitz. Here’s a list of potential casualties. by Will Ingalls
Here are five reasons the Bears should be “pissed” and why they should channel it into fuel for 2018. by DeVante Tidwell
Let’s go inside Ryan Pace’s mind to figure out what his draft strategy entails. What have we learned about the GM through three years? by Steve Letizia
That’s all this week. We’ll be back with more content on Monday. ?⬇️