What if the Chicago Bears drafted Jamal Adams?
A bumpy off-season
Ryan Pace knows this off-season is important for his future as GM of the Chicago Bears. After a rough 2017 campaign and big questions left on the roster, he’s going to have to make some decisions.
First, he needs a coach, he loves Matt Nagy, the Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator, but after conversations with Nagy, Pace realizes Nagy doesn’t want to come to this team. Nagy needs a QB that he feels he can plug into his offense and he doesn’t see Kizer as a fit, he would much rather coach a young QB like Mitch Trubisky.
Finally, he settles on Frank Reich after several other offensive-minded coaches don’t love what the Bears have at quarterback.
Pace decides he needs to improve the QB situation, but he fails to outbid the Minnesota Vikings for Kirk Cousins. He considers Case Keenum but chooses not to go that route after the Glennon debacle and decides to look again in the draft.
Pace also wants to improve his wide receivers on his team. He makes a strong push for Allen Robinson, but Robinson wants to know who is going to be throwing him the football this year and Pace doesn’t have an answer, Robinson decides to sign with the Green Bay Packers.
With Shaq Griffin at one CB, the Bears make the investment in Kyle Fuller and let Prince Amukamara walk.