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Who will score the first Bears touchdown of 2020?

Even with the Bears’ questionable offense, the team is bound to score a touchdown at some point in 2020. But which player will be the first to do it?

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The Bears didn’t score their first touchdown of the 2019 season until there was one minute left in the third quarter of their second game.

David Montgomery was the first player to run it in for six, notching a goal-line carry en route to the first touchdown of his NFL career. While the moment was an important one that helped the Bears take the lead late, fans of the team can only hope that it doesn’t take that long for them to score a touchdown again this season.

With Chicago heading to Detroit to take on the Lions this Sunday, I asked you all on Twitter which Bears player you think will be the first to score a touchdown in the 2020 season.

I went with free agent addition Jimmy Graham, as I felt that his value in the red zone could come in handy down the stretch.

Fellow tight end and rookie Cole Kmet was a popular choice, as well.

Another rookie, wide receiver Darnell Mooney, was also an option multiple people chose for the prompt.

A few of you went on the defensive side of the ball for your predictions, including WCG’s own Jeff Berckes.

A couple of the people really went outside the box with some creative answers.

Regardless of which Bears player is the first to score a touchdown this season, let’s just hope that it happens earlier than it did last year.

Which Bears player do you think will be the first to score a touchdown in 2020? Let us know in the comments below.