3. Chicago Bears
Chicago's offense should improve significantly in 2023.
We know they can run the football, even after losing David Montgomery to the Lions. They led the NFL in rushing last season, in large part due to quarterback Justin Fields putting up 1,143 yards on the ground.
The Bears have a talented running back room featuring Khalil Herbert, D'Onta Foreman, and rookie Roschon Johnson.
Chicago strengthened its offensive line by drafting Darnell Wright in the first round, but its biggest improvement is the receiving corps.
Trading for DJ Moore is a game-changing move by the Bears. He immediately becomes their WR1 and a go-to target for Fields. Along with Chase Claypool, Darnell Mooney, rookie Tyler Scott, and tight ends Cole Kmet and Robert Tonyan, the Bears have a deep receiving corps.
Fields has the supporting cast he needs to take his game to the next level in his third season. It's now on him to take that next step.
Like the Packers, this offense has the potential to score a lot of points. But there are questions that still need to be answered. Have the Bears got enough talent at the interior offensive line positions? Can Fields take the next step and help this Bears offense reach its potential this season?