3. Chicago Bears
The duo had a really good 2017-2018 season. Trubisky threw for almost 2,200 yards in 12 games after taking over. Howard ran for over 1,100 yards for the second season in a row and added nine touchdowns. These two benefit from a quality offensive line that features three-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Kyle Long.
Outside of the weak tight end position, the Bears brought in Allen Robinson at wide receiver to give Trubisky a true threat. Although coming off an ACL tear, Robinson will undoubtedly give the Bears offense a much needed push in a positive way.
Kevin White, who has played in five games because of injury, will look to finally show his talent that made the Bears draft him with the seventh overall pick in the 2015 Draft.
Finally, Taylor Gabriel looks to help produce big numbers for a young roster. Gabriel, going into his fifth season, has yet had the opportunity to really break out. His best season came in 2016 when he caught 35 passes for 579 yards and six touchdowns with the Atlanta Falcons.
This Bears defense finished top 10 last season and don’t be surprised if they do it again. A defensive front and secondary that is not only young, but continues to get better and better. Bolstered by the likes of cornerbacks Kyle Fuller and Prince Amukamara and safeties Adrian Amos and Eddie Jackson, the Bears are set to have a pretty solid year. This team is really young, which most would think will put them a couple of years away from contending. Bears could be in play come playoff time this year if things go their way.