Bears skill players ranked 2nd-worst in NFL by ESPN

Darnell Mooney

Thankfully, training camp is only a few days away for the Chicago Bears. In an offseason filled with negative press and jokes at the club’s expense, this team and its fans can’t possibly sustain much more.

ESPN isn’t finished, though. In their recent ranking of every team’s offensive skill players — running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends — the Bears finished almost last: 31st. Only the Houston Texans ranked lower.

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