After taking home the NFC North division title in 2018 with a 12-4 record, the Chicago Bears had high expectations heading into 2019. Unfortunately, they failed to even scratch the surface of those expectations, finishing the season with an 8-8 record and a handful of question marks on the offensive side of the ball.
When it comes to assessing who’s to blame for Chicago’s offensive shortcomings in 2019, most will point to quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, and rightfully so. Fans were optimistic with Trubisky heading into the year, but after putting up some very subpar numbers, he’s on the verge of getting the bust label.
Trubisky is far from the only reason the Bears struggled offensively, though. Their offensive line was a mess, they struggled finding any kind of consistency in the run game and their play calling was head scratching at times.
Chicago’s offense doesn’t need a complete overhaul, but they certainly need to add multiple players this offseason to ensure 2020 isn’t a repeat of last year. Here are three offensive players who would be perfect for the Bears this offseason.