Chicago Bears players as Avengers: Endgame characters

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Khalil Mack is Thor

Thor is the most revered character in the MCU. Everybody knows that he is the most powerful in terms of strength and ability. It is all natural talent. He and his hammer might just be the key to defeating Thanos. He was able to handle him in The Avengers: Infinity War, but he just didn’t aim for the head.

Khalil Mack is that player for the Chicago Bears. When they acquired him from the Oakland Raiders in 2018, they knew they had a real difference maker. He is one of the two best defensive players in the entire NFL and is noticeable on just about every snap. He impacts a game as much if not more than every player in the NFL. Just like the Avengers needed to bring in Thor from another world, the Bears needed to bring in Mack from another team.

With Thor and Mack on their respective teams, they should have a chance to achieve the ultimate goal. They both bring the leadership and talent needed to get the job done.

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Akiem Hicks is Bruce Banner/The Incredible Hulk

Akiem Hicks is one of the better players on the Chicago Bears defense. He uses his size, strength, and will to make things happen on defense. His Pro Bowl selection in 2018 is proof of that. Hicks certainly a big boy. His 6 foot 5 inches self is very intimidating to opposing offensive players.

Bruce Banner has a similar impact on the Avengers. When he gets angry, he has the ability to use his size and strength to intimidate their enemies. They both can impact the result of a conflict using intimidation, size, and skill. Moral of the story: Don’t make Akiem angry.