Three Chicago Bears with the best Pro Bowl chances

These Bears might be going to Orlando, Florida!

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WR D.J. Moore

An easy first choice, Moore is balling for the Bears. Through the first 12 games of the season, he's caught 70 passes for 1,003 yards and six touchdowns, per Pro Football Reference. He leads the team in each category.

His 1,003 receiving yards are the fifth most in the league. Only Tyreek Hill, CeeDee Lamb, Keenan Allen and A.J. Brown have more receiving yards than the Bears star.

He's been instrumental in the development of quarterback Justin Fields, becoming one of his favorite targets. Fields is one of the most efficient passers in the league when he's throwing to Moore, per ESPN's Courtney Cronin.

One of the lone bright spots on offense; it's tough to imagine where the Bears would be without him. The Maryland alum is on pace to set career highs in every major category in his first year with the Bears.

Simply put, Moore's been a great pickup for the Bears, who they acquired in the blockbuster trade for the No. 1 overall pick with the Carolina Panthers. Since that trade, the Panthers are 1-9.

It's hard to see how he doesn't make the Pro Bowl. If Moore gets voted in, he'd be the first Bears receiver to earn this honor since Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey in 2013.