2. Nate Davis would help the Chicago Bears run blocking.
If the Chicago Bears want to go run-heavy, they should roll with Nate Davis. He has started the past four seasons with the Tennessee Titans after being a third-round draft pick back in 2019. Now, he is going to be 27 next season and has 3,709 career snaps.
The one question when it comes to his fit with the Chicago Bears is that he spent all four years of his career at right guard. Would he take a payday and shift to left guard, or would the Bears look to change Teven Jenkins to the left side?
Davis also has some issues in pass protection, but it is still rare that you see a player with the combination of youth, and the experience hit free agency. The Titans are in a tough spot cap-wise, and if Davis does test free agency, the Chicago Bears can win a bidding war. Do they do this for Nate Davis?