Chicago Bears: 5 reasons the Bears are not the 2018 Jacksonville Jaguars

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3. The Bears added talent to the offense this offseason

This offseason, the only major piece of the offense that the Bears lost was Jordan Howard. However, the team still added talented players like Riley Ridley, David Montgomery, and Mike Davis. Essentially, Montgomery and Ridley could emerge as two of the Bears most underrated pieces on offense heading into 2019.

When watching Montgomery on tape, it’s clear that there is a bit of Kareem Hunt to his game. While Montgomery doesn’t have breakaway speed, there are still multiple other traits like instincts and vision that he possesses that make him an ideal fit for the Bears

The point being made here is this: The Bears offense has merely scratched the surface of how good they could be in 2018 and with additions of guys like Davis, Montgomery, and Ridley will be even better in 2019.

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Unlike the Jaguars who lost tons of talent before the 2018 season began, the Bears are returning every starter on offense. The running back position will be one to monitor for the first few weeks of the 2019 season, however, Montgomery is someone who has the potential to be a full-time starter by the time the Bears are in the middle of the playoff chase.