Fifth in a series So much has been made of the Bears' issues at quarterback and tight end in recent years that at times the wide receiver group has felt like an afterthought. More time was spent discussing Allen Robinson's contract than his performance. We've invested more conversation in Anthony Miller's maturity, or lack thereof, than his ability.
The entire Chicago Bears defensive staff may be facing a complete overhaul after all. First, Chuck Pagano retired as the Bears’ defensive coordinator days after their playoff elimination. Later, defensive line coach Jay Rodgers was reported to be leaving for a job with the Los Angeles Chargers.
Before anyone gets their hopes up, the quarterback situation obviously isn't close to being right. It's so far from being right they could probably draft three of them, discard the three they had this past season and no one would complain next season if they just went with all rookies. More importantly, few of the other areas of the team appear set with the kind of talent capable of being proven and consistent winner.