A 30,000-foot view of the Chicago Bears

Putting a bear lineup on paper and seeing the real thing in the field leads to very different results.

When the Bears were on the training ground in the minicamp and then again in the rookie minicamp, it became clear where their biggest problems lay.

Analysts disagree. The way they all climb up to one story is predictable because there is safety in numbers.

They could all seem wrong if they stick to that assessment more often: The Bears’ biggest problem is how they failed to craft a second-round receiver for Justin Fields. The third-round pick for the receiver wasn’t enough for them.

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