The new look Chicago Bears enter 2018 with a wave of optimism, looking to move out of the NFC North basement for the first time since 2013. The Bears have parted ways with former head coach John Fox and have brought in Matt Nagy to replace him. Nagy, the former offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs, will look to help second year quarterback Mitch Trubisky take the next step in his NFL career. Trubisky was drafted second overall in the 2017 NFL Draft with the expectation he would become the Bears next franchise quarterback. He showed flashes of brilliance during his rookie season, but he has plenty of work to do. It will be exciting to see if Nagy can help Trubisky take a major leap in 2018.
To help bolster the offense and Trubisky’s development, general manager Ryan Pace signed Pro Bowl wide receiver Allen Robinson to a multi-year contract in the off-season. Allen Robinson missed nearly all of last season due to injury, but he is ready to prove he is back to full health and an elite receiving option in this league. The 24-year old is just two years removed from a season in which he caught 80 balls for 1,400 yards. Factor in Pro Bowl running back Jordan Howard, and the Chicago Bears offense has the potential to make some serious noise in 2018.
Last year the Chicago Bears quietly had one of the best defenses in the NFL. The Bears defense finished in the top 10 in both yards per game and scoring per game. After week 4, the Bears defense allowed the second fewest offensive touchdowns in the NFL, behind only the New England Patriots. Cornerback Prince Amukamara was signed in the off-season to improve the already strong defense, joining Akiem Hicks and Leonard Floyd as the team’s best defensive players. Defensive coordinator Vic Fangio will return in 2018 looking to build on last year’s defensive success.
In 2018 Soldier Field will see the Chicago Bears face off against the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, Los Angeles Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots, and New York Jets.
A Chicago Bears suite features first class amenities such as HDTVs, VIP parking, interior/exterior seating, a dedicated suite attendant, and spacious floor plans. A Bears luxury box will come with the option to purchase in-suite catering. Guests who are in a Soldier Field suite will have private entry into Soldier Field and exclusive access to the Bears’ VIP clubs and lounges inside Soldier Field. Whether you are entertaining for business or with friends and family, a Bears luxury suite provides a perfect atmosphere for any occasion.