Bears 2020 vision: Cornerbacks are as solid as any unit on depth chart

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Bears 2020 vision: Cornerbacks are as solid as any unit on depth chart
Bears 2020 vision: Cornerbacks are as solid as any unit on depth chart

Buster Skrine had a really solid season in the slot, his first with the Bears, and it was primarily the play of those three that allowed the defense to finish 9th vs. the pass and 8th in average gain per pass allowed. Kevin Toliver appears ready to push Amukamara for his job, while the Bears are still intrigued by second-year backup Michael Joseph, and rookies Duke Shelley and Stephen Denmark are stuck buried behind the talent in front of them. Every one of them is under contract for 2020. 2019 Matter of Fact: The biggest drop-off the Bears faced on either side of the ball from a 12-4 2018 to this season's 8-8 campaign was in takeaways, and more specifically, interceptions, slipping from 27 in

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