2010 Chicago Bears Predictions

July 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After reaching the Super Bowl in 2006, the Chicago Bears have spent the last three seasons watching the playoffs at home.
Heading into the 2009 season, there was a lot of optimism surrounding the Bears organization after they acquired Jay Cutler from the Denver Broncos, but things just didn’t turn out the way they were planned, and the Bears finished the year at 7-9.
Without a draft pick in the first two rounds, the Bears have had to make upgrades via free agency and trades this offseason.
The Bears also made a couple moves on the coaching staff, bringing in Mike Martz to run the offense and promoting Rod Marinelli to head the defense. 
Here is a preview of what the Bears will send out onto the field, plus my prediction on where they finish the season in the NFC North.
Offense: In Cutler’s first season with the Bears, it was a bit of a disaster, as Cutler threw 26 interceptions, but he did turn things around towards the end of the season. While...

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