If every game can be considered a test, then the Bears failed so hard in this go around that they may need a report card signed by a parent.
This will be the stiffest challenge the Bears have seen so far this year. These Colts come in with talent and are also very healthy, like the Bears are.
The third of our quarterly NFL rankings straight from the hosts of WARR’s All-32 podcast.
The second of our quarterly NFL rankings straight from the hosts of WARR’s All-32 podcast.
Usually at this time their are a few headlines, simply speculation on some players health at the least. This year is different because everything to this point is indicating the team will be healthy and confident for Week 1. In all likelihood, cut day will be one of the biggest newsworthy days for the Bears since the start of training camp.
Andrew Luck’s shocking retirement is another example of how many pro athletes are choosing health and longevity amidst the mounting physical and mental pressure they face in today’s game.
Head coach Matt Nagy has elected to rest all his starters and key players for the second year in a row and will leave the back end of the roster to play against the Colts…plenty of young players and players fighting to make the roster will get extended playing time to impress.
A few big names remain on the open market but by and large the meat has been picked off the bone of NFL free agency.
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