Chicago Bears: 2021 mock offseason to make a Super Bowl run

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Who will start where for the Chicago Bears?

Now that the NFL draft has ended, the Bears have finalized their main roster (they will add more bodies for camp). Here is how the lineup will look:


QB: Mitch Trubisky, Jamie Newman

RB: David Montgomery, Tarik Cohen, Cordarrelle Patterson

WR: Allen Robinson, Amon-Ra St. Brown

WR: Darnell Mooney

Slot WR: Anthony Miller, Riley Ridley

TE: Cole Kmet, Demetrius Harris, Darion Clark

LT: Charles Leno, Spencer Brown

LG: Cody Whitehair, Alex Bars

C: Sam Mustipher

RG: James Daniels, Arlington Hambright

RT: Christian Darrisaw, Germain Ifedi


DE: Akiem Hicks, Brent Urban

NT: Eddie Goldman

DE: Bilal Nichols, Mario Edwards Jr.

OLB: Khalil Mack, Barkevious Mingo, Trevis Gipson

ILB: Roquan Smith, Josh Woods

ILB: Danny Trevathan, Joel Iyiegbuniwe

OLB: Robert Quinn, Hamilcar Rashed Jr.

CB: Kyle Fuller, Tyreke Johnson

Slot Corner: Duke Shelley, Tre Roberson

FS: Eddie Jackson, DeAndre Houston-Carson, Sherrick McManis

SS: Deon Bush, Bubba Bolden

CB: Jaylon Johnson, Kindle Vildor

Special Teams

LS: Patrick Scales

K: Cairo Santos

P: Pat O’Donnell

KR: Cordarrelle Patterson

PR: Tarik Cohen

Final Thoughts

It is unclear if this team can make a run to the Super Bowl, but this team has the best chance to do so. The way the offense is currently playing under Bill Lazor looks tough to stop and with the right defensive coordinator, this Bears’ defense will be nearly impossible to move the ball against.

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Doing these moves not only strengthen the Bears immediately, but it also gives them developmental pieces that the Bears can build around. This team could easily make a run next season if everything goes right.