6 worst drawn logos on Chicago Bears schedule release

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Chicago Bears’ worst-drawn logos No. 4: Justin Jones, Falcons’ logo

While a fresh face to Halas Hall, Justin Jones deserves the heat on this one.

His drawing of the Atlanta Falcons’ logo was one of the first I saw that made me think, “Oh, children really did draw these.” That was prior to seeing the Bears draw them, so it really made my jaw drop.

That said, Coach Flus seems to like him more for his football abilities than his artistic ones.

Chicago Bears’ worst-drawn logos No. 5: Teven Jenkins, Jets’ logo

This logo was only distinguishable because it literally said New York Jets on the logo.

The oval looks more like a lump of pizza dough than a logo, however, the green color makes it much less appetizing.

Overall — for Justin Fields’ sake– the Chicago Bears will hope his ability to block is better than his ability to draw.

Chicago Bears’ worst-drawn logos No. 6: Lucas Patrick, Eagles’ logo

This, maybe along with the Falcons’ logo, is what competes with Cole Kmet’s Cowboys logo.

Maybe it has something to do with the NFC East, but the representation of their logos was not great.

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Again, I’m no artist, but I can say with full confidence that neither are the Chicago Bears players on this list. So, when people say I have nothing in common with NFL players, I’ll make sure to redirect them to this post.

The Chicago Bears might not be able to draw the logos of the teams they’ll play this upcoming season, but does that mean they can’t beat these opponents? Time will tell, but it doesn’t get much worse than these drawings.