Ranking Chicago Bears in NFC North EDGE Rushers

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Chicago Bears, Robert Quinn
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3. Chicago Bears: Robert Quinn, Al-Quadin Muhammad, Trevis Gipson, Dominque Robinson

Robert Quinn by himself is reason enough for why the Chicago Bears are ahead of the Detroit Lions. While the Lions want Hutchinson to do what Quinn did, Quinn did it last season. Quinn can run hot and cold as well, but he had more sacks last season than Charles Harris has in his five-year career, and he also had more last season than the top four Lions mentioned in the previous slide.

Quinn helps push the Bears over the Lions, but the depth is not bad, either. Muhammad started for the Colts last season so you know that he can hit the ground running with the new coaching staff. Beyond that is Trevis Gipson who excelled at times when Khalil Mack was out with an injury.

He has to see a change in schemes, but that could be better for him, as he once played 4-3 end in college. Finally, the rookie the Bears drafted on day three is Dominique Robinson.

Robinson is a bit of a project but has the exact traits you want to bet on when you swing for the fences. Overall, the depth is good enough to be better than Detroit, but there is enough questions with all of the non-Quinn pass rushers that they cannot slip much higher.