Twitter reacts to Louis Riddick’s most recent Chicago Bears take

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Going into the 2022-23 NFL season, the Chicago Bears surely aren’t Super Bowl contenders.

That said, are they the Yin to that Yang? Meaning, are they likely to be the first team on the clock in the 2023 NFL Draft?

ESPN broadcaster Louis Riddick was prompted with a question in which he was to say whether that statement was right or wrong.

Louis Riddick believes the Chicago Bears will be the worst team this season

Once prompted, Riddick chose right, meaning he believes the Chicago Bears actually will be the worst team in the NFL this upcoming season.

And as if the protectors of Gotham, Riddick’s take brought the Chicago Bears fans on Twitter out with vengeance.

Most Chicago Bears fans, believe it or not, didn’t agree with this take.

How Chicago Bears fans reacted Twitter to this take by Louis Riddick

However, not everyone thought Riddick was off his rocker with this take. Although, the number of people siding with Riddick on social media was clearer on the lower end compared to those calling him out for his horrific take.

While it’s less fun rooting for a team that’s in the conversation for the worst team in the league, this seems more like a TV Take than a take Louis Riddick believes.

That comes with the environment with ESPN. Sometimes, takes are just said to get some engagement, especially in this part of the NFL offseason. There are less than 100 days until NFL action is back on televisions across the nation.

Now, before the non-Chicago Bears fans come after me on this, it’s more likely that the Bears are the worst team in the NFL this year than they are to be the Super Bowl Champion this year.

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The Chicago Bears are in a lull period where they have to patiently wait for the offseason to make some splashes that can and likely will catapult the Bears into being a legit team in the NFC.

As for now, however, it’s crossing fingers and hoping the Bears offense can just average more than 11 points per game.

That doesn’t seem like too much of an ask, right?