Chicago Bears Offseason Outlook
There are plenty of decisions the Bears’ front office is facing at the moment: Do they bring back Matt Nagy or Mitchell Trubisky for another season? Or do they bring both of them back or jettison them altogether? This is a topic that seems to be dividing the city of Chicago at the moment, so it will be interesting to see how this will unfold.
If you’re in favor of bringing both individuals back for another run in 2021, you probably wouldn’t have been too convinced after their Wild Card performance in the Superdome on Sunday. No one expected the Bears actually to win the game, but they just had to look somewhat competent in the game. Instead, Chicago never really looked close to being able to compete with New Orleans. The reality is that the Bears got just about everything to go their way this season to make the playoffs. The schedule fell right for Chicago down the stretch while Arizona seemingly imploded.
It’s unlikely to have that kind of good fortune in consecutive years in the NFL, and the Bears have probably gone as far as the Nagy and Trubisky duo will take them. It’s time for Chicago to start new.