2018 Chicago Bears

Jul 19, 2014
Here are your white 2018 Chicago Bears: (Starters in bold)

QB- Mitchell Trubisky, Chase Daniel

FB- Michael Burton

TE- Ben Braunecker, Daniel Brown

C- Cody Whitehair

OG- Kyle Long, Eric Kush

OT- Bradley Sowell

ILB- Nick Kwiatkoski

OLB- Kylie Fitts

K- Cody Parkey
P- Pat O'Donnell
LS- Patrick Scales

QB Tyler Bray, RB Ryan Nall, and WR Tanner Gentry who has been snubbed 2 consecutuve seasons make up the practice squad.

DE Andrew Trumbetti, TE Adam Shaheen, and TE Zach Miller are on IR.

The Bears dont have alot going for them this season other than QB Mitchell Trubisky, who should make big strides his 2nd season. The O-line is decent with 3/5 whites, but theres little depth. TE is a mess after they their 2 best TE's were put on IR in Zach Miller, and Adam Shaheen. Hopefully Shaheen returns later in the season, as well as Tanner Gentry who should get promoted when injuries hit.
On defense ILB Nick Kwiatkoski will finally get a shot at starting duties! 6th rd pick DE/OLB Kylie Fitts from Utah has impressed in pre-season and will push for PT.

Total white Starters- 6
Total whites on 53-man roster- 14
Team Građe- D+
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Don Wassall

Staff member
Sep 30, 2004
I've been following Nick Kwiatkoski's career closely, and he's starting only until first round draft pick Roquan Smith is ready, which could be as soon as Week 2. Smith held out and then pulled a hammy when he did report though he's expected to play some this week. He's regarded in Chicago as The One, a surefire superstar. We shall see; the same was said of ultra-bust Aaron Curry several years ago.

Kwiatkoski needs an injury by Smith or Danny Trevathan to start this year. Trevathan is injury prone and I believe his contract is up after this season so Nick has a decent chance to start next year if things don't break right for him this season.


Hall of Famer
Oct 19, 2009
Somewhere near Kansas City, MO
Just a minor correction:
RB Ryan Nall has been signed to their practice squad.
Oh boy. Now he can be practice fodder for the starting defense. They will say how great a job he does to prepare them for upcoming opponents as he toils away for peanuts.