Gamers might have to pace themselves and be more methodical on offense than with other teams, but the Bears' hard-hitting defense can create some exciting turnovers.
When you don’t have a dynamic QB, a WR like Allen Robinson is your best friend. His reliable hands mean you can feed him constantly to produce yards. But he lacks the stick moves for yards after catch.
HB choice comes down to play style. Jordan Howard is a balanced runner, while Tarik Cohen is the better pass catcher. Cohen is also faster with a better Juke. Either is a solid choice, but Cohen is likely were most gamers will land.
You really have zero choice at QB in Chicago; it’s Mitchell Trubisky or bust. He has some Speed to get out of trouble, but he’s not going for big gains on the ground without blown coverage. Stick to mostly dump passes to keep the chains moving, but take the occasional shot down field to keep the defense honest.
The Bears’ sport several players with 80+ Hit Power, even in the secondary. This will likely be your best go-to turnover option. Get your Hit Stick on point.
Danny Trevathan and Roquan Smith are quality defensive leaders. Smith is a speed demon for a linebacker and both are excellent tacklers, with decent catching skills, too, making the middle of the field a difficult spot to attack.
Adrian Amos is the best player on the Bears’ roster. Like most safeties, he excels in zone coverage. Amos can blanket the field behind the front seven and is one of the team’s hardest hitters.