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Are the quarterbacks listed above talented? Absolutely! Are some of them worth first round picks? Absolutely! Will one of these quarterbacks be selected with the first or second overall pick? Quite possibly. However, the third overall pick in the draft needs to be an immediate difference maker. The Chicago Bears don’t have the luxury of time. Fans are fed up and not even showing up to the games anymore. More than 10,000 fans decided not to redeem their tickets for each of the final two home games this season. Cleveland and San Francisco can afford a project at quarterback, Chicago can’t.
Additionally, Chicago needs help at other positions other than quarterback. Jonathan Allen can shore up a thin defensive line and the likes of Jamal Adams or Malik Hooker could plug the hole at safety in Chicago. Regardless, the Bears can’t afford to use the third overall pick on one of these quarterbacks.