5 Chicago Bears who deserve Pro Bowl consideration

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3. D.J. Moore should make the Pro Bowl in his first year with the Chicago Bears 

The Chicago Bears trade for D.J. Moore worked out in a big way. Moore is 70 yards away from a career-high with three full games to go. He is one touchdown away from hitting a new career-high in that mark. There is a real chance that he finishes the season with a Pro Bowl nod, which would be the first in his career. The issue with Moore is that wide receiver is such a fan-favorite position that he loses in voting to players who are more well-known but less productive. Justin Jefferson will get votes despite being hurt for most of the year. 

Beyond that, he does sit in eighth in yards right now. That is behind Tyreek Hill, CeeDee Lamb, AJ Brown, Keenan Allen, Puka Nacua, Amon-Ra St. Brown, and JaMarr Chase. It is hard to find the right name of those to leave off because of Moore. 

Moore has three more games to pad his stats, and they would be better if he did not have four games with Tyson Bagent. If he can continue his current rates with Fields, he could finish top five in receiving and make his first Pro Bowl.