4. Jordan Howard proves he’s the Bears best RB
Howard has shown flashes in his first two games of the season and with Jeremy Langford out, Howard will be given the ball and told to run downhill. He won’t disappoint.
Howard will prove that not only is he the best of the healthy Bears RB options, but he is better than both Langford and Ka’Deem Carey as well. Howard will have a career high in yards possibly even topping 100 while finding the end zone as well.
Howard will be the second rookie of this year’s Bears class to prove he’s an asset (Cody Whitehair was the first), and he will be getting the bulk of the carries for the rest of the season.