Pro Bowl voting started earlier this week. Now seems like the perfect time to see which Chicago Bears have the best chance to go to the Pro Bowl.
With a 4-8 record and nearing playoff elimination, you'd think the Bears wouldn't send that many players to the Pro Bowl. Think again. There are a handful of Bears who have a serious shot of representing Da Bears in Orlando.
To figure out who has the best chances, our criteria are simple: 1. Are they one of the best players in the league, and 2. Do they have the numbers to prove it?
While there's a bunch of Bears who have a solid chance of making the Pro Bowl this year, we're going to look at the ones with the absolute best chance of making the cut.
The Bears have had little luck getting players to the Pro Bowl in recent seasons. Linebacker Roquan Smith is the only Bears player who made the Pro Bowl during the Matt Eberflus-Ryan Poles era. He was traded to the Baltimore Ravens halfway through the 2022 season.
In the 2021 season, edge rusher Robert Quinn and return specialist Jakeem Grant received a Pro Bowl nod. In 2020, linebacker Khalil Mack and return specialist Cordalle Patterson made it in.
2023 could be different. Several Bears players have shown up this year and have a real chance to be voted in.
Let's take a look at three Bears with the best Pro Bowl chances.
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