Chicago Bears: 3 things we want to see from Matt Nagy’s offense

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The Chicago Bears open up their long-awaited 2021 season against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday Night Football in Los Angeles. The Bears now will face the Rams for the fourth year in a row establishing a nice little rivalry.

On top of that, the Bears face their former inter-division rival in Matthew Stafford as he got traded to the Rams this past offseason. The Rams look to be gearing up for a Super Bowl season with that trade and with the current state of their team in terms of cap space and virtually no first-round picks.

The main story of that game is that Andy Dalton is the starter over first-round pick Justin Fields for the Bears. The Bears completely revamped their wide receiver core and running back room as well outside of keeping their main guys in Allen Robinson, David Montgomery, and Darnell Mooney.

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There are many questions in terms of what version of Matt Nagy’s offense we will see. On top of that, there are questions about how Nagy will deploy that new running back room. Overall, there’s a lot that will be revealed in terms of the Bears’ offense.

Here are three things we Bears’ fans need to see from Matt Nagy’s offense in this game against the Rams.