The Chicago Bears had a disappointing 5-11 2014 season and are moving forward with a new head coach in John Fox from the Denver Broncos, new general manager Ryan Pace and new offensive coordinator Adam Gase, also coming over from the Broncos. With a revamped front office they are looking to put the past two years of losing behind them and forge ahead to better times.
Adam Gase will be quarterback Jay Cutler’s fifth coordinator and hopefully the one that can bring some consistency to his game and his attitude. Running back Matt Forte is entering a contract year and should continue to be a workhorse in this offense. Star wideout Brandon Marshall was traded to the New York Jets and the Bears added rookie Kevin White via the draft and signed veteran Eddie Royal this offseason in the slot position. They will be joined by Alshon Jeffrey who should continue to produce big numbers for the Bears this season.
Defensively, Chicago’s biggest off season acquisition was Pernell McFee who was brought over from the Ravens. He should thrive in the new 3-4 system after being a backup to Elvis Dumervil and Terrell Suggs in Baltimore. This defense has room for improvement and fans and Bears ticket holders are optimistic that a fresh season with some new blood will be just what they need for success in 2015.
The 2015 season is one for rebuilding in the city of Chicago but does not mean this team won’t be an exciting one to watch. With big playmakers on offense and a talented defense, the Bears could surprise people in the NFC North. Be sure to grab Chicago Bears tickets to catch all the on-field excitement live throughout the 2015 season.of tricks up their sleeves when it comes to winning the game they have been playing for so very long.