Admittedly, score predictions aren’t easy to do for preseason games. The goal of these games typically isn’t to try and win, but to test out defensive and offensive schemes, evaluate depth players and allow the starters to get back on the field. That being said, the Chicago Bears have committed to getting their starters some solid playing time versus the Kansas City Chiefs. New Head Coach Matt Eberflus intends to “get [his players] a good amount” of reps per Larry Mayer. The other side of the field has been rather non-committal, as Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid has yet to reveal any significant plans. However, he is leading a much more experienced team than the young Chicago Bears, and it is not expected the superstars on the Chiefs such as Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce will need much time to get back in the swing of things. Players such as those two might take a few snaps, but fans shouldn’t expect much. All that considered, Bears fans should consider this an important game. The team they’re going to see for a good part of the game is what they’re going to see for the whole regular season. If a bad performance is shown, especially against a Chiefs’ team composed of mostly second and third-string players, the future of the Chicago Bears is in trouble. Hopefully the offense can show a new spark with the new coaching system and Eberflus can direct his new, young defense. Kansas City will still maintain themselves as a threat whenever any of their superstars take the field. Additionally, they could have some experienced, dangerous newcomers see a lot of time such as recent additions JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling. It would be no surprise for the Chiefs to get points on the board in any capacity. Meanwhile, Bears fans hope their brand new offense will look good on Saturday, and look forward to seeing their new players finding the endzone.