It’s time for the Chicago Bears to start looking towards 2021.
For a few weeks anyway, the Chicago Bears gave fans a glimmer of hope and optimism. Despite the pundits labeling them frauds, they sat at 5-1 just three weeks ago and were knocking on the door of the No. 1 overall seed in the NFC.
Since that time, they have lost three straight games and what feels like about a dozen players to injury. Their season, for a variety of reasons, feels like it’s on the verge of falling apart. Even if it doesn’t, this team does not have the makings of one that is likely to make a deep run in the playoffs if they are somehow able to sneak in.