The presence of Justin Fields makes this the most exciting quarterback room the Bears have had since Jay Cutler arrived in 2009, but we can’t know what Fields is until he plays.
With a talented trio in David Montgomery, Damien Williams and Tarik Cohen, the Bears run game could be special if the offensive line comes together as the team hopes.
Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney are locked into the top two spots at wide receiver. The competition behind them, however, will be fierce throughout training camp and the preseason.
Jimmy Graham provided a consistent red-zone threat, and Cole Kmet displayed flashes of his potential as a rookie. This tight end group could have a major impact on the Bears offense.
Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy are making a huge bet and taking a big risk with this offensive tackle group. The upside is real, but the downside is even more obvious.
For the first time in several years, the Bears enter the season with top-end talent along with quality depth on the interior of their offensive line.
There are few if any defensive fronts in the NFL as loaded with potential, but also owning as many question marks, as the Chicago Bears group.
Roquan Smith and Danny Trevathan give the Bears one of the best inside linebacker pairings in the NFL, and the team's improved depth should only help this fall.
The Bears have some serious upside at cornerback, but health concerns are very real with this group.
The Bears have a talented veteran group of safeties that is likely to be good and has the upside to produce one of the league's best pairings.
The Bears need to replace Cordarelle Patterson and Sherrick McManis, but overall special teams should be in good shape heading into the 2021 season.
New 2021 protocols announced are quite punitive for the unvaccinated
The Chicago Bears have an interesting dilemma at wide receiver
Nick Foles undeniably played poorly in his first year in Chicago. But given what we know of Andy Dalton, why shouldn't Foles at least compete for the starting job until Justin Fields is deemed ready?