We still have one preseason game left and just over a week before the Chicago Bears and other NFL teams must cut their rosters down from 90 to a maximum of 53 players. It appears that the team might have to fill a void now that Teven Jenkins is slated to miss a month or more of time due to a leg injury. We are still waiting on more information but the Bears do not have a reputation for providing detailed injury details. If you are a hockey fan, then just think about how injuries are reported and expect something similar from Matt Eberflus.
At this point, you have to think that Eberflus and his staff have a strong idea of who will be sticking around and who won't be. Eberflus and Ryan Poles will need to team up and make more than a few roster decisions. There seems to be some solid depth on this roster despite finishing with only three wins last season. Poles has done a nice job of tearing this thing down and rebuilding it up again. He made the proclamation that they'd be taking the NFC North and never giving it back.
The Chicago Bears have some solid depth this season
Let's see what happens in the final preseason game. This should be a bit of a dress rehearsal, but I'm not sure I'd expect to see the starters for a full half. Maybe a little over a quarter. It will probably come down to how well or how poorly they play. Buffalo is no slouch and this should make for a good, fun matchup even if it doesn't count toward the record books. As the team gets ready to find some diamonds in the rough, here are three under-the-radar players fans should keep an eye on.