Chicago Bears: NFL 2019 - NFC North




The Bears were a big surprise last season. With the arrival of a new coaching staff, the attack was more dynamic and productive, while the switch that brought linebacker Khalil Mack to Chicago made the defense the best in the NFL, with the Bears averaging only 17.7 points conceded. per game in a season where attacks were more efficient than ever. 

The Bears won 12 games and qualified for the playoffs as NFC North champions in the post season, but the team was eliminated in the Wild Card Round, losing to then-current champions Philadelphia Eagles 16x15, with kicker Cody Parkey missing. the field goal that would give Chicago the victory. 

With a solid team, GM Ryan Pace made no major investments. The Bears reinforced the attack with Cordarrelle Patterson and Mike Davis, players who should fit well into the head coach Matt Nagy's game system, while the team switched running back Jordan Howard to the Eagles after the player had a bad season. . The team lost a few pieces in defense as Adrian Amos left for rival Packers and Bryce Callahan for the Broncos, now led by Vic Fangio, the former Bears defensive coordinator. The team did not have many choices in the draft and the focus on recruitment was to bring more depth to the attack 




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