The Chicago Bears are looking to have a huge bounce back on the defensive side of the ball this season.
Everything seems to be in place for the Bears to pull it off.
While the Bears can likely bounce back, one ESPN analyst believes they'll be absolutely dominant especially when it comes to sacks.
David Kaplan of ESPN 1000 recently predicted that the Bears will top the 1985 Bears' mark of 64 sacks on the season.
Kaplan adds that the Bears will be able to register over 70 sacks this season.
The ESPN analyst didn't back down as he repeated his prediction multiple times.
Do you think the Bears have any chance of getting 70 sacks this season?
The 1985 Bears, widely considered the most ferocious defense in NFL history, recorded 64 sacks during the regular season. Yesterday, @thekapman (drug test pending) projected 70+ sacks for this year's Bears. Multiple times. Emphatically. Training camp must be getting close.
— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) July 15, 2020