Chicago Bears: 5 most consistent players during 2018 NFL Preseason

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The Chicago Bears were given the luxury of five preseason games this year. A handful of players consistently stepped up and proved worthy of a roster spot.

Fans everywhere can finally breathe a sigh of relief. The 2018 NFL Preseason is officially over, and the Chicago Bears are in pretty good shape, health-wise. Going into Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers, the Bears should have all of their starters on the field in full health, which is something many teams cannot say.

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Following the last exhibition against the Buffalo Bills, the Bears’ coaching staff is going to come together to make some tough calls. I would say that at least 40-to-45 spots were set going into the game, therefore Matt Nagy and company are going to have to be very selective when choosing those final 8-to-13 players to make this roster.

When looking at the preseason overall, I loved what I saw from this team. Personally, I am fine with the starters not getting as much run as they typically should have. It gave us a chance to see many of the younger guys step up and play pivotal roles, showcasing what they could do if given a chance.

There were several players who stood out over the course of the Bears’ five preseason games, but a few in particular made quite the impression on me. It is safe to say not every one of the following players may end up on the final 53-man roster. Although, I hope they do.

Take a look at the five players who performed consistently well for the Bears throughout the majority of the preseason.