For many years, the NFC North has been dominated by the Green Bay Packers.
Aaron Rodgers’ presence as their starting quarterback was the main reason for their success, but he’s no longer in the building.
This has seemingly left a hole in the division, leaving the title up for grabs.
Why not the Chicago Bears?
The Bears were the talk of the town after their first preseason game, dominating the Tennessee Titans for much of the game.
Kyle Brandt broke down this game on ‘Good Morning Football,’ detailing his excitement.
“It was exciting,” Brandt said, “Who cares” that it was a preseason game?
Starting the week with a calm, measured response to the Bears pic.twitter.com/yT7QDXS2zK
— Kyle Brandt (@KyleBrandt) August 14, 2023
Brandt is known for latching on to certain teams, especially if they have a fun backstory.
Notably, he has hopped on the Buffalo Bills bandwagon, especially after the emergence of Josh Allen.
Will the Bears be his next bandwagon?
Judging by his recent outburst, it seems likely.
Justin Fields entered the offseason with a lot of questions to answer.
Many believed that he doesn’t have a lot in the tank and that he is just another Ohio State quarterback that’s destined to fail.
Others are doubtful of his abilities, noting that he’s nothing more than an athletic, rushing quarterback with no upside.
Can he prove everyone wrong?
The Bears made a lot of moves during the offseason, including the addition of D.J. Moore as a pass-catcher.
In his first-ever real pass from Fields, Moore took it to the house, weaving through the defense to get there.
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