Bears Poised for Surprise Run? Why the NFC North Should Be Scared

Bears on the Brink or Still Rebuilding?

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This whole “rebuild vs. contender” thing with the Bears is kind of a joke. They might not have everything figured out yet, but that first overall pick could change everything. With the top pick and number nine, they’re in a prime position to make some serious moves.

Everyone knows they’re taking Caleb Williams at number one, but fans are itching for a defensive player at nine. Look, they could trade back if a stud like Aidan Hutchinson or even Joey Allen falls to them.

The Jets would be all over Allen, and other teams would be lining up for Hutchinson. But here’s the thing: the Bears should probably just take Williams and deal from there.

My point is, the Bears are closer to contention than you might think. This is the best situation any number one pick has ever walked into, depending on how quickly Williams gets up to speed. Green Bay and Detroit are good, but none of them have a guaranteed star at quarterback like the Bears do with Williams.

The NFC North: A Bloodbath

Someone called the NFC North the best division in the NFL, and you know what? They’re not wrong. It’s gonna be brutal. But hey, at least the Bears know who their quarterback is. Minnesota? They’re still a complete mystery.

They might draft Malik Willis, which would put him in a way better situation than Williams on the Bears. Minnesota has a stacked receiving core and tackles, but their offensive infrastructure is perfect for a rookie QB.

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Who Wins More Games?

This is a tough one. The Bears might win a few more games than the Vikings this year, maybe eight to seven. It’ll be close, and the Packers and Lions will be right there too. But ultimately, the Bears have the potential to be really good, and it all hinges on how fast Williams develops.

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