It’s officially training camp season in the NFL, and on July 28, the Chicago Bears will begin their quest for playoff relevance in Bourbonnais, Illinois. This year’s training camp will be extremely competitive and will result in many talented players losing their jobs. Players who are expected to make an NFL roster get released prior to the start of the regular season because of sub-par play during camp and the preseason or because of better-than-expected performances by younger, ascending talent. There are several Bears’ players who are on the roster bubble heading into training camp because of their up-and-down play in previous seasons combined with talented young options that were added this offseason.
The road to Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas has been laid out for all 32 teams in the National Football League. Back in April, the NFL released the full schedule of games for the 2016 regular season, and as always, some teams were winners and others were losers. Today, we take a look at the teams that “won” by landing the most favorable schedules for the upcoming season.