Chicago Bears: Predicting the 53-man roster

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Chicago Bears, Mitchell Trubisky

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Preseason has come to an end. Now is the time for the Chicago Bears coaching staff to determine who stays and who goes.

Choosing who makes the Chicago Bears final roster and who is out the door is not an easy decision. Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace have a solid relationship. Between the two of them, I trust they will not only make the hard decisions, but they will make the correct ones too.

Watching this team during the offseason has been mostly fun. The moves the team made in 2018 were exceptional. The addition of players like Cordarrelle Patterson and drafting David Montgomery this year looks to be the making of what a championship roster should look like.

I cannot lie though. There have been some bumps along the way too. The entire kicker debacle has been somewhat of a circus. Watching a guy in Emanuel Hall struggle with injuries and be released was not something I expected. The tight end position looks to be a weak link. These are all areas of concern, but all teams have similar hiccups. Yes, even the Patriots.

Overcoming these small bumps are what sets teams apart from others. The loss to the Eagles in last years’ playoffs still stings. It hurts to the core. We are just fans and analysts of the game. Imagine being the ones who played in it. This team is hungry and all the regression talk is complete nonsense.

Will the Bears be making any strange cuts no one will see coming? Which players proved themselves this offseason and during the preseason? These are the questions we will find out shortly, but why not take a stab at who will be around and who is likely to go?

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