Outlook: The Chicago Bears have a new coach in Matt Nagy and a bunch of young, talented players at the skill positions. The question is how quickly they can start putting wins on the board. Success might not happen overnight in Chicago, but it is much closer than Bears fans realize.
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QB: John Fox was loath to start Mitchell Trubisky last season and did so only when he realized that ownership demanded him to. That said, it was good for Trubisky to get into some real games and he showed a good amount of potential for the organization to be excited about him moving forward. A lot of my fellow experts are projecting a breakout year for Trubisky, but I think they might be a year early. The potential is there, no doubt, but he is going to need time in Nagy’s system and to harmonize with new receivers before this offense clicks. Trubisky is very mobile for a young QB, and I think he could be a sneaky source of Fantasy points. So, while he won’t ever be confused with Cam Newton, he can help Fantasy owners with his arm and legs.