Where do the Chicago Bears rank in salary cap health according to PFF?
Just like their grades, some of these PFF rankings make zero sense
With the salary cap the Chicago Bears have coming in 2023 and beyond, plus the development I am expecting of Justin Fields, this team is going to be better than many think as soon as 2023. Hell, they are going to be better than many think in 2022 too.
With no access to how Pro Football Focus created their rankings on the backend, I have a hard time agreeing with the Bears’ ranking at 19 when the Patriots are third due to their veteran roster being ranked 15th. Really? 15th for that roster? Even the Jets are sixth with a veteran roster ranking of 21. Detroit’s veteran roster is ranked 26th and salary cap health is 12th. On the flip side, the Titans, a team that has made the playoffs four of the last five years and has had a winning record the last six years has a veteran roster ranking of 27.
3 main questions left unanswerd after Chicago Bears mandatory minicamp
The Chicago Bears wrapped up minicamp this week. Unfortunately, the team has three main questions left unanswered as we wait for training camp to start.
The bottom line here is that the Chicago Bears are in great shape for the future. This year will tell us just who is worth keeping around under the new regime. With the veteran roster ranking dead last and the rookie capital ranking 29th, we will have to revisit this next offseason to see just how close or how far off these rankings by PFF truly are.