Chicago Bears: 6 players whose expectations are still uncertain

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The Chicago Bears have many players that have questions surrounding them.

The Chicago Bears have many new and familiar faces this season with uncertain expectations. That includes starters on both offense and defense with question marks on how they will perform. Those uncertain expectations range from how effective a starting player can be, to whether or not a player will even be able to see the field in 2020 for Chicago on a consistent basis.

With a shortened training camp and less reporting leaking out of the team’s practices, information on how new players and players with new opportunities are performing can be hard to come by. That results in even more uncertainty with how some of the Bears’ key contributors will play this season. There are many questions looming over the team.

Which quarterback can steer the offense back on track after a dismal 2019 season? Will a new tight end finally bring some stability to the position? Who will step up as reliable rotational pieces on offense and defense? Who can take the starting corner spot opposite Kyle Fuller now that Artie Burns is injured and out for the season? These are just a few of the questions that prevail as the NFL season draws closer and the Bears’ starting roster becomes clearer.

There are many ‘wildcards’ in prominent positions on the Bears which may have some fans concerned about the outcome of the season as Chicago hopes to compete for the playoffs. Questions will only be answered once Chicago hits the field in September but these six Bears stand out as having uncertain expectations this season.