The Chicago Bears came into last season with soaring hopes after winning the NFC North in 2018. Instead, they stumbled from 12-4 in coach Matt Nagy’s first year to 8-8 and missed the playoffs for the eighth time in nine seasons.
The offense obviously was a big culprit. And now, it’s a big question. How that group performs will go a long way toward determining how much better the Bears will be.
If Mitchell Trubisky or Nick Foles solidify the quarterback spot, if tight ends produce, and if they can establish a playmaker or two to go with Allen Robinson, they could get closer to 2018 form.