It’s never too early to start thinking about the draft.
Nearly 1800 players have been drafted since Ryan Pace took over for the Chicago Bears, and fans have helped to narrow down his biggest decisions to these four.
It really seems like Pace struggles to draft players on the offense, but the top seeds in this bracket challenge suggest that hope springs eternal among Chicago fans.
With one round of voting in the books, the matchups get harder as we ask fans to evaluate Ryan Pace’s best and worst moments as a GM
The Bears find themselves near the bottom of the NFL in ESPN’s projections for the next three years.
The Bears would be wise to consider any of these wide receivers to upgrade their offense in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Could the Bears look to one of these offensive tackles in the 2022 NFL Draft to pair with Teven Jenkins?
These Bears players could use the return of the NFL preseason to make their case for either a roster spot or a starting role.
The Bears have some needs heading into the 2021 season, and these prospects could help fix those needs in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Bears have locked up all five of their day 3 selections from the 2021 NFL Draft.
The Bears’ sixth-round wide receiver should miss time with his recent injury.
The Rule of 3 gang reviews the Bears’ offseason Free Agency signings in light of the draft and talks through which positions they’re comfortable with... as well as the positions they’re not.
The Bears head into 2021 with a big need at cornerback, so we break down some intriguing 2022 NFL Draft prospects they could target next year at the position.
Teven Jenkins played one game at left tackle in 2020 before moving to the right side due to injuries. Let’s break down how the Bears’ second-round pick fared.