Chicago Bears: 3 Worst decisions of the 2020 offseason

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Not all decisions can be good. Here are the Chicago Bears’ worst three of 2020

A little less than a month ago, we took a look at the Chicago Bears’ five best decisions of 2020. We spoke about how the Chicago Bears brought in Nick Foles as true quarterback competition for Mitchell Trubisky. Trubisky is no longer the automatic starter for this team and will have to find a way to prove he deserves to start Week 1 against the Detroit Lions.

Coupled with that decision, Ryan Pace made another good decision by not picking up Trubisky’s fifth-year option. Even if Trubisky out-duels Foles and proves he is a franchise quarterback, the cost difference between his fifth-year option and a 2021 franchise tag is not going to be that far off anyway.

Then there was the release of Trey Burton for Jimmy Graham and Cole Kmet. Addressing the tight end position was a key focal point this offseason and an absolute must. The same could be said regarding Leonard Floyd and Robert Quinn.

Finally, the revamping of the coaching staff may have been the best of the five decisions. For as great as those decisions were, Ryan Pace and the Chicago Bears have made a few doozies. Remember, we are only looking at 2020. So for those who want to start screaming about the likes of Kevin White, Leonard Floyd and of course Mitchell Trubisky. We are also not including Mike Glennon, Dion Sims, or Adam Shaheen. Yes, the list goes on, but this is only regarding 2020.