Just wanted to try a long title.
I agree with all four, although I really don't think Allen Robinson wants to be on this team anymore, and that may lead to dogging it or "injuries".OK, I'll try to be serious on this one.
Best offensive player: Allen Robinson. He's the most talented player on offense, and it's not really close.
Worst offensive player: Charles Leno. He seems to get worse every year since signing that big contract.
Best defensive player: Khalil Mack. He didn't have as many game-changing plays last year fighting through double teams so often, but he's still the most disruptive force on the defense.
Worst defensive player: Whoever ends up starting at corner opposite Jaylon Johnson. He's the only starting caliber corner on the roster, so whoever wins the other starting corner spot will be a replacement level player.
Uggh the reality of this coming to fruition, just hit me.....damnBest offensive: ARob
Worst offensive: Leno
Most disappointing: Kmet (partially because of Nagy)
Best defensive: Mack & Quinn (Quinn can only go up)
Worst defensive: CB group - Trufant, Duke Shelley, a rookie?, Artie Burns. Is Jaylon Johnson healthy?
Most disappointing defense: Eddie Jackson (He's becoming more of a knuckle head every year.)
Trufant used to be good, but he's turning 31 this year and has been worn down by injuries. The general perception is that he's washed up, which is why the Lions released him after one season and the Bears were able to sign him for barely over the veteran minimum salary.Trufant isn't horrible....
He's just depth, and probably not even guaranteed a roster spot. It's silly to think that he's slated to be the starter until and unless the Bears don't draft a corner in the first few rounds.Trufant used to be good, but he's turning 31 this year and has been worn down by injuries. The general perception is that he's washed up, which is why the Lions released him after one season and the Bears were able to sign him for barely over the veteran minimum salary.