Of course the Bears should at least explore a deal for Deshaun Watson. But the Jay Cutler trade already proved it's not always as simple as it often appears.
Like many teams, a reduced salary cap in 2021 potentially spells trouble for the Bears. What can the Bears do to alleviate some of their cap pressure?
Do six seasons as a defensive quality control coach and two seasons as the safeties coach really scream top candidate?
Cole Kmet's progression left fans feeling pretty good, but the real question is what to do with Jimmy Graham.
So much has been made of the Bears issues at quarterback and tight end in recent years that at times the wide receiver group has felt like an afterthought.
David Montgomery came on strong in the second half of the season, but the Bears still have plenty of ways to improve their ground game for 2021.
Whether Mitchell Trubisky or Nick Foles was under center, there were more lows than highs for the Bears quarterbacks in 2020.
Our review of the Bears' 2020 season starts in the front office with Ryan Pace and his staff.
Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy will be back but we don’t really know why.
After back-to-back .500 seasons, is it time for the Bears to make changes?