Top 5 Reasons to Keep Watching the Chicago Bears

4 of 6

Sep 22, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ego Ferguson (95) sacks New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith (7) during the first quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

3. Looking ahead to 2015

Live Feed

Chicago Bears 2023 Free Agency Position Preview: Defensive Line
Chicago Bears 2023 Free Agency Position Preview: Defensive Line /

Da Windy City

  • Chicago Bears: Underrated veteran cut leads to even more cap space Da Windy City
  • Chicago Bears: Another silly Justin Fields trade rumor is making rounds Da Windy City
  • Bears doomsday device: What a Justin Fields trade would look like FanSided
  • Chicago Bears 2023 Free Agency Position Preview: Running Back Da Windy City
  • 2023 NFL Mock Draft: Aaron Rodgers On The Move, Texans Move To No. 1 NFL Mocks
  • Hope springs eternal and it’s never too early to start looking ahead to 2015.  You can watch the rookies like Kyle Fuller, Ego Ferguson, Will Sutton, Christian Jones and Brock Vereen on the defensive side of the ball.  You can see if Ka’Deem Carey has what it takes to be Matt Forte’s backup.  Do second year players like Jonathan Bostic and Khaseem Greene have what it takes to help the rebuilding process for the defense.  Can Marquess Wilson make any sort of an impact as the third wide receiver?  Can Shea McClellin do ANYTHING productive?

    Besides that, you want to see who’s got a shred of personal and professional pride.  Who’s quitting and just mailing it in?  Yes, I’m looking at you Lance Briggs.  Is Jared Allen part of the plan for 2015 or do the Bears cut their losses?