What the Chicago Bears should ask for this Christmas

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The Chicago Bears should wish for Robert Quinn to finally show up

The Chicago Bears defense looked ferocious last Sunday, as players such as Khalil Mack, Bilal Nichols, and Roquan Smith dominated. The one name to once again not show up — Robert Quinn.

There was excitement this past offseason when the Bears inked Quinn to a lucrative five-year deal. Paired up with Mack, the duo looked to be the best in the league on paper. Quinn had just had a 2019 season with the Dallas Cowboys where he averaged 11.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and 13 tackles for loss. This season, he’s had one sole sack and two forced fumbles.

It seems there is some reason as to why Quinn has been a non-factor in 2020.

If this were the case, why continue to play? If Quinn has a nagging injury, he’s doing no good making it worse. If it’s not that severe, it doesn’t make it very excusable.

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If Quinn can find a way to finally contribute to this Bears defense, there’s no quarterback in the league who will have time to throw on the Bears. If the Bears are daydreaming of their Christmas desires, Quinn playing to the level he’s known for needs to be one.