3 steps to a perfect offseason for the Chicago Bears

Coming into the 2019 NFL season, the Chicago Bears were expected to be one of the main Super Bowl contenders in the NFC. After an impressive season in 2018, the Bears did not live up to the hype. They ended up missing the playoffs and there are real doubts about their future.

Mitchell Trubisky has received a ton of criticism this season for his struggles. He took a major step back and there are quite a few fans in Chicago who don’t think he is the quarterback of the future for the franchise.

In addition to the offensive struggles of Trubisky, the Bears’ defense didn’t play up to expectations either. Vic Fangio left his post as the team’s defensive coordinator to become the head coach of the Denver Broncos. Chuck Pagano took over for him in Chicago and things simply were not the same.

Chicago needs to make some moves this offseason. They cannot afford to go into 2020 with the same roster they had this year.

All of that being said, let’s take a look at the three most important steps for the Bears to having a perfect offseason.

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