2. Mike Glennon
How the Bears handle the quarterback position throughout the preseason will be fascinating. While most teams use these games to find depth options to hang onto while resting their starters, the Bears should be using this time to find out what they have in their top two signal callers.
Sure, Glennon is the starter. Still, this is not an experienced starter in any way. Not to mention he has no history with any of these receivers. Expect Glennon to finish the preseason with the most snaps played of any starter across the league. He needs to see the snaps.
The talk around training camp is that Glennon has stepped in as a leader and has demanded the respect of the team. Can he show that poise and leadership when under pressure? This is what we should be watching as the Bears starting quarterback steps in to play the first preseason game.