State of the Chicago Bears: Offense (Part 1)

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Where does the Chicago Bears’ Offense sit heading into the 2021 offseason?

It’s no surprise that the Bears have plenty of work cut out for them when it comes to making improvements on offense in order to find greater success next season. But what are the biggest areas of need, and which positions need more attention than others?

In this episode of The Chicago Audible, Will DeWitt and Nicholas Moreano begin their annual “State of the Franchise” series where they take a deep dive into every position on the team.

This week’s show is focused on three units: Quarterback, Running Back, and Offensive Line.

Take a listen as the guys share the current state of each position and begin setting the table for the biggest talking points and moves that will dominate the offseason. The guys will share the strengths and weaknesses for every position, and what must improve in order to improve in 2021.

Additionally, they continue their annual tradition of “Pass or Play” where they determine the fate of players whose contracts are up. In this show, they discuss whether or not the Bears should re-sign: Mitchell Trubisky, Cordarrelle Patterson, Germain Ifedi, Rashaad Coward, Jason Spriggs, Alex Bars and Ryan Nall.

The guys also dedicate some time to discuss which players may end up being cut, and how those would impact the offseason.

So how can Chicago improve a unit that ranked 28th in yards per game, 23rd in points scored, and dead-last on third downs last season?

The guys at The Chicago Audible, have you covered.

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