Chicago Bears Complete 7-Round Mock Draft: Revamping the offense

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In a hopefully post-Matt Nagy era, the Chicago Bears renovate the offense in our latest mock draft.

Those are some big words: “Post-Matt Nagy era.” If the Chicago Bears are going to make drastic changes this offseason (and many believe they will) then Nagy is surely one foot out the door as we speak. No matter what the front office and ownership are (or aren’t) telling him, it’s hard to see a world where Nagy survives this free-fall of a season after seeing the Bears once atop the division at 5-1.

Big change — that’s what we’re looking for. That’s what fans desire at the moment. What they’ve been doing isn’t working. What Nagy, Chuck Pagano and the entire coaching staff isn’t working. Heck, what Ryan Pace is doing and has done… isn’t working.

Is it time to clean house? It might be. At the moment, the Bears have gone from one of the best record in football to picking at no. 13 overall in the 2021 NFL Draft. It’s been one heck of a collapse for these Bears, and now fans have turned their attention to the offseason.

In fact, we’ve been there for a couple of weeks now; most of us, at least.

The Bears will have seven picks in next year’s draft, without a pick in the fourth round and two picks coming in the sixth. For the first time in what feels like eternity, Chicago will have a first, second and third rounder to work with.

It’s time to reinvent the offense. From quarterback to offensive line, and maybe even a couple other spots here and there, the offense needs to be rebuilt. In our latest mock draft, we used The Draft Network’s mock draft machine and projections to run through all seven of the Bears’ picks, and that’s exactly what we did. The brand-new Bears offense will emerge before your eyes.