For most teams it’s a matter of tweaking and fixing some holes in the weak areas. For the reamining few, it’s putting the nightmare of 2013 behind and looking for that ray of hope in the horizon. The Chicago Bears finished the 2013 season with an 8-8 record. They started off pretty hot and layed victim to a slew of season ending injuries. Despite the injuries, the Bears held their own for a team that was not supposed to succeed with rookies on both sides of the ball and a new coach. But they made it work and showed some great resilience through adversity.
Now heading into the 2014 off-season, what do the Bears need to do to get focused for an amazing year? Here's a list of five questions to ask going into the off-season.