We got some great interaction on both our Twitter and Facebook pages from this series by our social media contributor, TJ Starman, so we wanted to share them here on the site as well.
If you’re late to the party we already did the defensive version of this, so you can go vote in that poll here.
Which Chicago Bears threesome are you picking on offense, team Navy, team Orange, or team White?
Let’s try this again with OFFENSE. Given these 3 TE/WR/RB groups, all in their #Bears prime, are you taking , , or ⚪️? pic.twitter.com/5F5qLrtXYA— Windy City Gridiron (@WCGridiron) June 9, 2021
- Greg Olsen, TE - Olsen should have finished his career in Chicago, but archaic offensive coordinator Mike Martz didn’t believe in the tight end as a viable option in the passing game.
- Brandon Marshall, WR - Marshall’s All-Pro 2012 season saw him set franchise records of 118 receptions and 1,508 receiving yards.
- David Montgomery, RB - Montgomery was 5th in all-purpose yards last year and reports have him adding 1.5 miles per hour to his top speed. The 2021 season could be a big one for him.
- Cole Kmet, TE - He came on strong in the second half of his rookie season, and big things are ahead for the 22-year old.
- Allen Robinson II, WR - An average year from A-Rob could get him the most receptions by a Bears wide out in the history of the franchise, as he’s only 101 catches behind Johnny Morris.
- Thomas Jones, RB - In just 3 years in Chicago he became he franchise’s 6th leading rusher and he was a huge part of their 2006 NFC Championship offense.
- Martellus Bennett, TE - No tight end has caught more than Bennett’s 90 balls in a season (2014) in Chicago history.
- Muhsin Muhammad, WR - He may be more known for saying Chicago is where receivers go to die, but his addition in 2005 helped legitimatize the Bears O.
- Matt Forte, RB - Forte is 2nd all-time in Chicago history in rushing attempts, rushing yards, and receptions.
Which offensive Bears triplets are you picking to start your team?
This poll is closed