Bears 2020 Season Preview
Ready to check out our 2020 Chicago Bears Total Predictions? The Bears were one of the most disappointing teams in the NFL last season, finishing 8-8 and 3rd in the NFC North. They were titled as one of the best NFC teams before the season and ended up failing to come close to the playoffs. Their once dominant defense was average and quarterback play was abysmal. Here is a look at their off-season thus far and how it will improve their roster.
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The Bears were one of the most surprising teams in football last season and not in a good way. They finished 8-8 and far shy from a playoff game.
This upcoming season is a make or break season, of sorts. Much of the coaching staff and front office will be wiped if they don’t make the playoffs. They made some really nice moves this off-season, but will it be enough?
Here is a look at the best moves the Bears have made to this point and how said moves will improve their roster.
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Key Free Agents Acquisitions
- Nick Foles
- Robert Quinn
- Jimmy Graham
- Artie Burns
The Bears have been active this off-season and did a move that surprised many: trading for Nick Foles. With the likes of Cam Newton, Jameis Winston, and Andy Dalton being available, they ended up with Foles.
He can’t be worse than Trubisky was last season and his ceiling is obviously high, but the inconsistency is a cause for concern.
Robert Quinn will be a great addition to an already loaded defensive line, but they under-performed last season. They also paid Quinn a little more than I would’ve as it seems like a contract they could end up regretting.
Graham will give Foles a much needed redzone target as the Bears lack offensive weapons. He will walk in to a role that will feature him heavily in the pass game and run block game.
Artie Burns was a signing that didn’t generate much buzz, but he is a really good player and a solid addition to a secondary that has lost several players. He will be a starting corner for this team in week 1.
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They didn’t lose much in terms of talent and I would say they have improved, but in a division that features both the Packers and Vikings, it will still be a tough road ahead.
The draft will be a big part to this team’s success as they need to add some more offensive weapons.
2020 Chicago Bears Win Total Prediction
I think 8 wins is a really sound line for the Bears as I think 8-8 is a solid prediction for the 2020 Chicago Bears. With that being said, I am not a firm believer in Nick Foles and their offense lacks.
I have this team going 7-9 in 2020, barring anything crazy this off-season. I will roll with the under, but don’t hate a push at 8-8.
2020 Chicago Bears Predictions: UNDER 8 WINS (Bet Now at any of our reviewed NFL Sportsbooks!)
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