After a 2020 season full of ups and downs, the Chicago Bears decided their best course of action going forward was to go through a miniature rebuild this offseason. They started by moving on from the disappointing Mitchell Trubisky era and brought in veteran Andy Dalton as a one-year stopgap option to replace him as the team’s assumed starting quarterback. Then, they looked to improve their unfortunate cap situation by making the tough decision to release former All-Pro cornerback, Kyle Fuller. You don’t typically see teams make such roster shifting moves like this the year after a playoff appearance but credit to the Bears for recognizing that they weren’t set up for sustained success. It’s time for the team to look for a new identity as they head into next season, which is exactly why the Chicago Bears have got to nail the 2021 NFL Draft.