As fans, we shouldn’t take too much Chicago Bears stock after week one or two.
The Chicago Bears are going to be at a minimum, an okay team in 2020. They are going to win some games against the NFL’s bottom feeders because of the fact that their roster has great players. We all know that the defense is the major strength (potential to be the best in the league in any given year) and they don’t have a quarterback that can take their offense to the next level. With it all put together, it might be a roster that makes things interesting but they don’t come off as a real threat to win the Super Bowl.
The Bears would probably have a schedule that many consider favorable if they went into the season with some confidence in the man under center. The first two weeks, in particular, are games that this roster should defeat no matter what. The Detroit Lions are a team that the Bears have played well against in the Mitchell Trubisky era. He was named to be the starter in that game against them and a lot of people feel like they might be able to win that game.