Fantasy Opportunity Breakdown: Chicago Bears - Pro Sports Fandom
2019 Coaching Staff Well that was a surprise. Many expected first year head coach Matt Nagy to begin the turnaround from the John Fox disaster, but I’m not sure anyone expected the Bears to win the NFC North and come just a few doinks away from the second seed (or, you know, winning the wild card game). While it was a disappointing end to an otherwise miracle season, that doesn’t change the fact that it was an otherwise miracle season. Nagy unquestionably returns to one of the safest head coach seats in football, bringing offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich with him (though let’s be honest, this is Nagy’s offense and Helfrich is just along for the ride). Chicago unfortunately lose defensive coordinator Vic Fangio to the Broncos, though. He will be replaced by former Colts head coach Chuck Pagano. What to Expect Matt Nagy was brought in as a recognized QB guru to help shape the extremely inexperienced Mitchell Trubisky. While I’m sure that means that someday Chicago’s play-calling will lean more pass-happy, for now that means a strong running game that Trubisky can lean on as he develops. Regardless of whether Jordan Howard is kept or replaced, whoever is paired [...]