Well, the NFL’s new year started this past week. With it, teams were able to sign free agents. The Chicago Bears were among the teams to make significant moves (both adding to and subtracting from the roster). They also missed out on other attempted moves. They made an aggressive offer for Russell Wilson (three firsts, a third, and two starters) that the Seattle Seahawks rejected. As a result, the team went out and signed Andy Dalton. He is an upgrade from Mitchell Trubisky, but considering how the fans already had their hearts set on Wilson, it felt like they went from a Ferrari to a Pinto. Additionally, they made a big, one-year offer for wide receiver Kenny Golladay, but he decided to take a multi-year deal with the New York Giants.