The Chicago Bears are in full win-now mode as faith in quarterback Mitchell Trubisky continues to wane. Can they salvage the offense despite having limited draft capital?
The Mitchell Trubisky Era enters its critical phase in the 2020 season, with the jobs of front office and coaching personnel potentially on the line if the Chicago Bears can’t rebound from a disappointing 8-8 season.
The team brought in Nick Foles from the Jacksonville Jaguars via trade as a backup plan but there’s no doubt that the team is in win-now mode heading into the 2020 NFL Draft.
With limited draft capital to address a number of needs, how will general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy approach the draft? It’s time to find out with my depressingly-accurate Bears seven-round mock.