What the Chicago Bears should ask for this Christmas
What should be on the Chicago Bears Christmas list this season?
The Chicago Bears snapped their six-game losing streak this past weekend, beating the Houston Texans 36-7. The team looked solid on all three phases of the game, snagging a win at Soldier Field for the first time since October 8th against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The offense, led by Mitch Trubisky and David Montgomery, tore apart the Texans’ defense. On the other end of the ball, the Bears defense totaled seven sacks and a pair of turnovers. The Bears looked rejuvenated and recharged, and hopefully can build on this win.
A 2020 Bears win should always be asked for during December. With Christmas approaching fast, it’s now time to speculate what the Bears would ask for this holiday season if the team could make a wish list.
A Christmas list for a whole football team could range from a plethora of things. For a team that’s had its ups and downs all season long, this Christmas list is more focused on 2020’s success. It’s easy to ask for a long-term solution at quarterback, an offense as great as the Kansas City Chiefs, or a coach that rivals the might of someone like Bill Belichick.
This wish list for the Bears is more focused on the rest of the season with the roster the Bears have. Not all has been merry and bright for the team this year, but with a little luck and Christmas cheer, maybe these wishes can come true.