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Here’s what Bears fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
An Offensive Explosion
The Monsters of the Midway were back in the Windy City in 2013-14, but this time, it was the offensive side of the ball providing all of the headlines. The Bears were tied for second in the NFL in scoring, averaging 27.8 points per game. Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery combined for 2,716 receiving yards, and Matt Forte added 1,933 all-purpose yards, making Chicago one of the most high-octane offenses in the league. And a chunk of that was without Jay Cutler, who missed a month of the season with a sprained ankle. With an additional year of experience together under their belt, the offense should once again be a force on the field.
Defending In the Draft
On the defensive side of the ball, injuries marred a normally very reliable unit. The team will be ready in case of a repeat of the injury bug this year, as they loaded up on defensive talent in the draft. Kyle Fuller, a hard-hitting cornerback out of Virginia Tech that can also play safety, will be expected to hop in right away. He’ll join veterans Tim Jennings and Charles Tillman in the secondary. The D-line should also be improved, now that defensive tackles Ego Ferguson and Will Sutton coming into the mix. And while the team lost defensive end Julius Peppers to Green Bay, it pillaged a fellow division foe by signing DE Jared Allen from the Vikings.
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Even with the bumps and bruises suffered last year, the Bears were a play away from making the postseason. With the high-scoring offense returning and a defensive line bolstered in the draft and free agency, the Bears should contend for a playoff spot. Once they’re in, they have the personnel to make a deep run and challenge for the Super Bowl. And ScoreBig will be there to make sure you don’t miss a single snap. You’ll save on every Bears ticket, every day.