5 dream scenarios for the Bears in 2024

Let's say it all goes exactly as planned...
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2. Tremaine Edmunds comes back with a vengeance

After signing a massive deal to come to Chicago, Tremaine Edmunds was significantly overshadowed by the lesser-paid free agent linebacker, T.J. Edwards. Edmunds finished his first season with the Bears allowing an opposing passer rating of 103.0 and often seeming a step behind the play on a weekly basis.

Maybe he was dealing with an undisclosed injury. Maybe he had a tough time adjusting to a new defense. Whatever the case, it's safe to say Edmunds has heard some of the narratives about his first year in Chicago and, if he's had enough of them, let's assume he comes back in 2024 on a mission to prove he's far from done. In Buffalo, he was one of the best coverage backers in the game.

Watch him take the league back by storm this coming season.

3. Jordan Love takes a step back

Many times, watching the Packers fail has been more pleasing to Bears fans than watching their own team succeed. This case would be no different. Bears fans are sick of seeing Packers quarterbacks at the top of the league for decades now. And, it appears Green Bay may have done it again with Jordan Love.

But, what if Love were to take a step back in 2024? What if the league comes in with a better plan for him? He threw a good amount of uncatchable, off-target passes in 2024, which seems to be something people forget about. Sure, he threw for over 4,100 yards and 32 touchdowns. But, a lot of his passes were significant misfires.

In a perfect world, Love comes back to earth in his second season as the starter.