The Chicago Bears were mostly a joke during the Matt Nagy era. They had the one good season in 2018 but the quarterback wasn’t able to take the next step. In fact, both Nagy and Mitchell Trubisky took big steps back and struggled for the following few seasons.
Ryan Pace was (outside of a few gems) mostly awful at drafting during his tenure as the general manager. Now, both Nagy and Pace are gone. It is time for this franchise to move forward. They have Justin Fields in place and it is time to figure out if he is the guy.
It is also time to figure out who else on the roster is worth keeping and what improvements they need to make to get back to a championship contender status. There are a lot of things that are needed to reach that but Ryan Poles and Matt Eberflus will do their best to try and get them there.
It all starts on Sunday when Super Bowl LVI will take place in Los Angeles California at SoFi Stadium. For the second year in a row, a team will play in the Super Bowl at their home stadium as the Los Angeles Rams will face off against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Chicago Bears have a lot to learn before they are Super Bowl contenders.
Each team has its own strengths and weaknesses that we will see on full display during the big game. For the Chicago Bears, it is an opportunity to learn. Each of these teams reached this point for a reason and the Bears can try and do what they can to replicate it.
The Rams and Bengals each reached this point with different strategies which makes it even more interesting. These are the three biggest things for Chicago Bears fans to keep an eye on during Super Bowl LVI: