Hey Bears Fans!
It’s been another exciting week for our Chicago Bears, and if you’re like me, you can’t get enough coverage on the team. Here at Da Bears Brothers, we have been busy with adhering to our goal of making you the most informed Bears Fan.
This week, Steve Letizia broke down the film and showed why Adam Shaheen has the potential to do some “Travis Kelce” things in Matt Nagy’s offense. Nicholas Moreano believes that Chicago’s defense will need to take some next steps if the Bears want to become serious contenders.
In his typical creative form, DeVante Tidwell discussed how the Bears are being clever by adopting the “best pieces” of the Rams’ and Eagles’ strategies to return to relevancy. Andrew Ortman explains why every single decision the Bears have made this offseason circles back to one player – Mitchell Trubisky.
On the podcast, we took a deep dive into every new coach on offense as we highlighted our favorite hires and explain why the staff can become a great one.
Mark Talarico shares his personal story about his struggles as a fan over the last decade, and why the new regime has given him the most hope he’s had in years. Steve took a look at the curious case of Kyle Fuller, making the argument for both letting the corner walk and re-signing him.
And to close out the week, I created a “sparknotes version” of Thursday’s press conference with the new coaches, sharing only the most important takeaways from everyone who spoke.
Catch up on this week’s content
Under Matt Nagy, tight end Adam Shaheen should see a dramatic jump in production. Could he put up Travis Kelce numbers? by Steve Letizia
Despite the chatter being primarily about head coach Matt Nagy’s offense, the Bears will need to rely on their defense to be competitive next season. by Nicholas Moreano
Ryan Pace, Matt Nagy, and the Bears franchise as a whole are betting the farm on Trubisky’s success in the NFL. by Andrew Ortman
Are the Bears shaping up to be like the Rams or Eagles? It appears they are creating a compelling hybrid approach. by DeVante Tidwell
Take a listen as Da Bears Brothers take an in-depth look at every one of Matt Nagy’s hires on offense and explain how each will impact the Bears in 2018.
No more wondering season after season if the Bears are worth watching. The dark days are now officially in the past. by Mark Talarico
One of Ryan Pace’s most important decisions is whether or not to retain Kyle Fuller, but what’s the right choice? by Steve Letizia
If you missed Thursday’s insightful press conference with the new coaches, here’s all the information you need to know. by Will DeWitt