25. Chicago Bears (finished 13)
What I said at the end of last season:
"Alright, we all know that Trubisky is bad but the biggest problem is that unless the Bears trade a player, then they are stuck with him for the next year at least. It does help their case that Allen Robinson and Anthony Miller do look like they can be really helpful in making him look like a competent QB, however that offense is always going to have a limit with Trubisky at QB. I don’t know if either of the off ball LBs are going to be what they envisioned when they spent top-10 picks on Leonard Floyd and Roquan Smith. However, they are solid players and with Khalil Mack up front there is always a chance for that defense to take over a game. Going forward this team needs to find a way to improve the OL and get David Montgomery going in year 2."
When I said trade for a player, I didn’t mean Nick Foles. Also, while I like Robert Quinn the fact that the Bears spent the majority of their offseason making sure that they had 9(!) tight ends on their roster, makes it look more like a fantasy football program with a broken algorithm than a competitive football team.
A lack of improvement on the OL makes me really nervous for the Bears and this feels like a team that is going to plummet whether on purpose or through incompetency at GM.