Indians Finish Off Bears

Going from worst to first is just the first step for the Bears, who now face the more difficult challenge of remaining on top.

Yes, going from worst to first may be easier than going from first to first.

That’s what veteran wide receiver Allen Robinson says, and he watched from a distance this season as the Jaguars team he came from crashed, completing the worst-to-first-to-worst circuit in the AFC South.

Plenty of factors give the Bears confidence they’re just getting started on the kind of sustained run that has eluded them since the Mike Ditka era: a dominating defense, a foundation of young players, an innovative coach and a second-year quarterback they believe is poised for much bigger things in 2019.

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The NFL successfully sells parity. So will it be harder for the Bears to stay on top than it was to go from worst to first?
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