Tashaun Gipson's fit in the Bears secondary proved to be worth another look. The Bears agreed Monday to a second one-year deal with Gipson, according to ESPN's Dan Graziano. The veteran safety started every game last year in the regular season and also the playoff loss to New Orleans after coming in to replace Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, who had played one season as a replacement for Adrian Amos.
If the Bears stay at the 20th overall pick in the draft, can they still get a premiere talent at 20? John Daigle of NBC Sports Edge joins the podcast to explain how that can happen.
Not much is expected from the Chicago Bears in 2021. With Andy Dalton as QB1, the oddsmakers have set the team’s projected win total at 7.5. Remember: 2021 is a 17-game season, and math tells me that Vegas expects Chicago to be a 10-loss team, or at least, pretty darn close to it.