It wasn’t all that bad of a performance from Mitch Trubisky.
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There’s still a ton of untapped upside in Adam Shaheen, some of which was on display on Thursday.
James Daniels sure looked good at his natural position.
Rashaad Coward’s progress as an offensive lineman is worth watching tonight and as the preseason goes on.
Mitch Trubisky’s grade entering the 2018 season is a bit different than the one that was given to him after his rookie season ended. What gives?
The Bears have some big (literally and figuratively) things in store for the offense when it comes to splitting time among the tight ends.
Which legendary Bears player is getting a gold jacket in the future? Briggs? Tillman? Hester? Kreutz? Who’s got next?
With most starters sitting out, the Bears’ young players had a chance to step in and show out … and they did just that.
Are you ready to lock-in Trey Burton as a top-10 tight end? Because someone is!
Matt Nagy hired TWO ex-Dave Toub assistants with the hope that they can help fix the special teams unit.
Adrian Amos is one of three Bears draft picks leading a solid, if unspectacular secondary.
The band is back together with Vic Fangio retaining a defensive staff that helped guide a top-10 defense in 2017.
Battles are good.
Dave Ragone is the only holdover on an offensive coaching staff that received an offseason makeover.
New coordinator. New kicker. New outlook for the special teams.
The Bears’ starting safeties are strengths, which is something we haven’t been able to say in quite some time.
Kyle Fuller leads a talented Bears secondary into 2018.
History says Leonard Floyd is primed for a breakout year. But he’ll need to be healthy first.
Nick Kwiatkoski is ready to step in while Roquan Smith sits out until his contract situation gets resolved.
Akiem Hicks and Eddie Goldman anchor the defensive line, but who will join them as Mitch Unrein’s replacement?
The Bears boasted the best interior line at this time last year, but then injuries happened.
Mitch Trubisky’s strong starts flamed out quickly. It’s up to Matt Nagy to get things straightened out.
The Bears run defense looks good, but the same can’t be said about several key opponents.
Charles Leno Jr. isn’t an elite left tackle, but he does a respectable job.