Bears Receive Top Offseason Grade For The NFC North.

Published June 26, 2018 at 3:43 PM

The Chicago Bears continue to receive props for their work during the 2018 offseason. While the games still have to be played on the field and players have to stay healthy, many believe the Bears are in line for a great season compared to the numbers they've put up recently. Sports Illustrated handed the Bears an "A" grade for their offseason work, the highest grade in the NFC North. Sports Illustrated was extremely impressed with what the Bears did to improve their receiver group."Chicago had one of the weakest receiving groups in the NFL last season-the team ranked dead last in passing yards per game (175.7)-so that position was clearly an area of focus this offseason for general manager Ryan Pace. The additions of Allen Robinson from Jacksonville, Taylor Gabriel from Atlanta and Anthony Miller via the draft will boost a stagnant group, assuming Robinson returns fully healthy from last September's ACL tear. If 2015 first-round pick Kevin White can stay healthy for a full season for the first time in his ill-fated career, it's an added bonus."
The Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers received a "B" grade, while the Minnesota Vikings received a "B+". Do you think the Bears had the best offseason in the NFC North?

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