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Bears expectations roundtable
« on: May 18, 2021, 05:35:01 am »

Hovering around or at .500 can be one of the more confusing experiences in the NFL. Youíre either not good enough to hang with the true contenders, or youíre not terrible enough to acquire meaningful, top-end talent in the draft. Sitting at .500 is a crossroads of sorts in that you can convince yourself the smallest of changes will lead to meaningful January football. That, or an epiphany can manifest in a complete (and worthwhile) teardown.To get more news about bears Youth Game jerseys, you can visit bearsbuy official website.

At 16-16 over the last two seasons, no one recently epitomizes the No Manís Land of .500 football better than the Bears. Stuck in a holding pattern where no heavyweight takes them seriously, and where every minnow is cannon fodder, the Bears have reached their own fork in the road as an organization. Theyíre not good enough, theyíre not bad enough, and they seemingly have no clarity on what the near or far future holds.

In one of the more important, diverting off-seasons in recent memory, general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy have their work cut out for them. Perhaps unlike ever before. A (somewhat tumultuous) free agency period now behind Chicago, itís time to consider whether the current roster has actually improved since 2020ís end, or if this a continually depreciating asset somehow still getting 3-4 primetime games a seasonóthird-largest television market be damned.

Over the next several days, the Windy City Gridiron staff will muse on the State of the Bears. Today, depending on whom you speak to, itís the walking black sheep of an offense.As it stands now the Bears have made modest investments for offensive improvement. They aimed for the moon and fought to move Heaven and Earth in their pursuits for Trent Williams, Kenny Golladay, and Russell Wilson. They missed out on all those players. Instead theyíve landed Andy Dalton, who truly canít be worse than either Nick Foles or Mitchell Trubisky, and Damien Williams as another option in the backfield. James Daniels and Tarik Cohen are both set to return from respective injuries as well. Still, in a ďwin or elseĒ situation, Ryan Pace hasnít done much to improve his teamís weaknesses on offense. Iím definitely not sold on Dalton being the penultimate move at quarterback, either.

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