Chicago general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy are on their last legs. After a promising 12-4 beginning to the Nagy era in 2018, the Bears are 16-16 and still haven’t won a playoff game since 2010. Nothing short of a franchise-altering draft class will save Chicago’s current regime. Unfortunately for Nagy and Pace, they only have one pick in the first 50 selections and three in the top 150. With the defense regressing each year since 2018 and the offense undergoing another facelift at quarterback, Chicago has one of the worst situations in the NFL. The question for Chicago isn’t when but how soon until it’s time to tear this team down and start over.