Bears will not regress, but progress in 2019

Wanda Wiedman,
NFL Reporter

By Wanda Wiedman // @WandaW63

Upon hiring General Manager Ryan Pace, the Chicago Bears were expected to be overhauled in a rebuild of epic proportions.

It was no surprise that the Bears would develop a young and hungry group of players under the leadership of a competitive and a just as hungry coach in Matt Nagy.

A lengthy endeavor that was supposed to take four years turned out to be a competitive playoff team.

But to the surprise of analysts and fans, the 2018 season was better than expected. With a 12-4 record and the hostile takeover of the NFC North throne, one can only hope the reign of terror once infused from the Monsters of the Midway has returned.

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