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The 2023 season is over for the Chicago Bears, and while improving from three wins to seven looks nice on paper, this team suffered some unbelievable losses this year. That said, the franchise should be in a better place heading into the third offseason for general manager Ryan Poles. Even though there’s some uncertainty surrounding the franchise, his roster from top to bottom is far more talented, and he’ll have the cap space and draft assets for another serious upgrade.
Big decisions are looming about the coaching staff and quarterback, and we’ll get some clarity on the former in a day or two. We may not learn about the QB plan until the NFL Combine at the earliest.
Be sure you vote on this week’s confidence survey below, but also let us know your vote for the Bears 2023 Team MVP.
Justin Fields: In 13 games, he threw for 2,562 yards and 16 touchdowns, with an 86.3 passer rating, and he rushed for 657 yards and 4 TDs
DJ Moore: In 17 games, he caught 96 balls for 1,364 yards and had 8 TDs, and he rushed for 21 yards and a TD
Montez Sweat: In 9 games, the first-time pro Bowler led the Bears with 6 sacks while making 25 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 14 QB hits, 3 passes defended, and a forced fumble
Jaylon Johnson: In 14 games, he had 36 tackles, 1 TFL, 4 interceptions (1 TD), 10 PD, a FF, and a fumble recovery while making his first Pro Bowl.
If you think it’s a different Bear, then let us know your pick in the comment section.