The Chicago Bears are favored to increase their win total more than any other NFL team this season
And a developing talent with Pro Bowl potential is a big reason why.
Bill Barnwell, writing for ESPN on August 8th, said that Jaquan Brisker, a safety with the Bears,
will be a Pro Bowl selection in 2023, the same year Jackson was.
The second-round pick as a rookie did it all, starting all 15 games he played in and registering four sacks, five tackles for loss, and two interceptions.
Pro Football Reference reports that, despite spending most of the season on the line of scrimmage, he missed only 6.3% of his tackles.
Although Brisker's injuries and subsequent drop in production were obvious, his range of abilities is fascinating.
It is hoped that he would mature into Chicago's version of Jamal Adams, a player with the instincts, timing.