What if the Chicago Bears drafted Jamal Adams?
The Bears wrap up a rough season
The 2017 season is in the books, and that’s a good thing for the Bears. Jamal Adams proves to be a nice selection. He did bring a presence to the secondary, and helped Adrian Amos along after Quintin Demps went out with a season-ending injury early in the year.
The defense looks like a unit coming together, but the offense on the other hand was a complete mess. The Bears had no viable receivers on offense and the Mike Glennon experiment was a disaster. Glennon had to get pulled after just four games and DeShone Kizer entered for the Bears but unfortunately, he was just as bad. Tight end Jake Butt missed the entire season due to a knee injury. The Bears struggled all season long, only winning four games.
At the end of the season, the Bears choose to fire John Fox.