Solid offseason has improved Bears' chances
So far, the Chicago Bears have done a great deal this offseason to increase their chances of making a playoff run.
The Bears still have needs, most notably a starting defensive tackle and another receiver to fit into new offensive coordinator Terry Shea's version of the old Don Coryell offense. But the club has done a great deal in the offseason.
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