The Bears’ plan for this season is perfect — as long as everything goes exactly right.
Like a wild, multi-team parlay in Las Vegas, it’s more hopeful than prudent. That’s why Vegas, by the way, gives them the same odds of winning the Super Bowl as the Atlanta Falcons at 50-to-1.
When players report to Halas Hall for training camp Tuesday, it’ll be much different than two years ago when they rolled into Bourbonnais talking about a dynasty. The tone will be more measured, but it’s a given that general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy will open camp by telling everyone they feel “really good” about the team they’ve built.