2021 Chicgao Bears Pro Bowlers: Robert Quinn, Jakeem Grant
2021 was only the third year that Robert Quinn was named to the Pro Bowl. He is known for being up and down, and that hurts your Pro Bowl chances because you need momentum from the year to get the early season voting on your side. His most recent Pro Bowl before 2021 was the 2014 season, when he was with the Rams, and the Rams were in St. Louis.
This was an impressive season for Robert Quinn. A lot of people were doubting him after an awful 2020 season, and he came back with 18.5 sacks. However, one sack in 2022 led to him now playing in 2023. The Bears' big mistake was not trading him immediately after that season.
Jakeem Grant made the Pro Bowl as a return man. In punts, he had 18 returns for 250 yards and a touchdown, and in kick-off, he had 21 returns for 493 yards. It was an impressive season. Unfortunately, injuries ended his time on the field so far.
2020 Chicgao Bears Pro Bowlers: Cordarelle Patterson, Khalil Mack
The Chicago Bears have a couple of players who have been elected to multiple Pro Bowls with the team. We will talk about both of these players later, as they made the Pro Bowl years prior. Mack was named second-team All-Pro in 2020 as well and just finished a three-year run where he had 30 sacks. He had a down year in 2021, and while he has bounced back in the past two seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers, he has not quite gotten back to being one of the most feared players in the NFL like he was during that prime stretch.
For Cordarelle Patterson, 2019 and 2020 were arguably the two best years of his career. He had two kick return touchdowns, averaged over 29 yards per return over both years and was named to two All-Pros and two Pro Bowls as a return man. He will be remembered as one of the best return men to do it, and he got to play for the old team that had Devin Hester.