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Chicago Bears New-Look Offense With Addition Of Caleb Williams

The Chicago Bears were one of the major winners during the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft on Thursday night.

The first-overall pick in the draft has been known for months now and the Bears made it official by adding Caleb Williams. Chicago also held the ninth-overall pick and saw Washington WR Rome Odunze fall into its lap. All of a sudden, the Bears have a new, young duo to build around for years to come.

Chicago will enter the 2024-25 season with enhanced expectations with new faces of the franchise. This is a front office that made some major additions this offseason.

Below, check out the projected offense for a new-look Chicago Bears team that is looking to take the league by storm in 2024-25.

Chicago Bears Projected Offensive Depth Chart

QB: Caleb Williams

RB: D’Andre Swift

WR1: Keenan Allen

WR2: D.J. Moore

SWR: Rome Odunze

TE: Cole Kmet

LT: Braxton Jones

LG: Teven Jenkins

C: Ryan Bates

RG: Nate Davis

RT: Darnell Wright

What Are The Expectations This Year?

The expectations are simple — make the playoffs.

All of a sudden, the Bears are an intriguing team in the NFC. This is not to say the team will make a run to the Super Bowl but the offense is now loaded with yet another offensive weapon and potential franchise quarterback.

Ryan Poles has been busy over the last two years. First, it began with Chicago moving the No. 1 overall pick in last year’s draft to the Carolina Panthers. It landed D.J. Moore in this deal. It also got the Panthers’ first-round pick here, which turned into Williams.

The season went on and the Bears realized Justin Fields was not the answer. He was dealt to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the team decided to start over. Moving on, Poles then made a deal with the Los Angeles Chargers for Keenan Allen. This built a strong duo on the outside already but throw Odunze into the mix and this offense has a chance to put up some points.

In the backfield, D’Andre Swift agreed to a deal in free agency. Cole Kmet is also in the mix at tight end.

The NFC North can be a loaded division with the likes of the Detroit Lions and new-look Minnesota Vikings. What we know is that the Bears have made it a point to improve their offense tremendously and hit major home runs on Thursday night.


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