Ryan Pace's One Mistake This Offseason?

Published June 3, 2019 at 11:21

The Chicago Bears and general manager Ryan Pace overall seemed to have a pretty efficient offseason. Pace was able to make some tweaks and add some pieces to hopefully make Matt Nagy's offense fire on all cylinders once again. He was also able to replace some holes on defense including a new defensive coordinator in Chuck Pagano. Pace did however take a risk that could blow up in his face. Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report put together a list of the biggest risk each NFL team took this offseason and it's hard to disagree with his choice for the Bears. Knox labeled Pace's decision to not go after a big name kicker as the Bears' riskiest decision. Chicago has decided to let Chris Blewitt, Elliott Fry and Eddy Pineiro fight it out during training camp for the job and while one of them will win it, there's no guarantee they'll be able to carry success over 16 games. Do you think Pace will regret his decision regarding the kicker decision?

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