The Bad: Top Five Bears Players Who Surprised Us Last Season

Today, The Bad: Top Five Bears Players Who Surprised Us Last Season is unveiled.
Let’s go down the list, shall we:
1. Zackary Bowman
Bowman had a great 2009 campaign, appearing in all 16 games making 66 tackles and intercepting six passes. The Bears were high on the 6’1″ corner-back, who showed his athleticism during training camp. Bowman started the first two games of the 2010 season against Detroit and Dallas. Bowman allowed Calvin Johnson to reel in what seemed to be a game winning touchdown in week one against the Detroit Lions. Luckily the rules are rules and the Bears hung on for the win. In 13 games, this past season Bowman made 32 tackles and forced one fumble. He is going to have to show the Bears why he deserves a second chance because as of right now, Tim Jennings, Joshua Moore and D.J. Moore are all better corner-backs in the eyes

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