9. Cole Kmet will have a career-year for the Chicago Bears
Now that we had a soft impact let's get juicy. For this in particular, we are going to focus on yards. He caught seven touchdowns last year, and that may not be repeated. However, 612 yards through the air is definitely on the table.
A lot of fans are down on Cole Kmet this year, mainly because he has not hit 650 yards in three years. Also, the Chicago Bears added big-name wideouts and even Robert Tonyan to take the talk away from the player we know. However, Kmet can remind fans of his talent rather quickly.
The addition of D.J. Moore not only helps Fields but it also helps the rest of the pass catchers. As noted, Moore spaces the field because he can catch the deep ball well. Chase Claypool and Darnell Mooney do the same. None of them hog the short area. This is where Cole Kmet will eat. Justin Fields has the longest tenure with Kmet, and he could find comfort with him while the others are eating up attention.
Beyond that, Kmet is only going to be 24 next year. No way we have seen his best. Keep an eye on Kmet having the best when the offense is running at its best.