5 reasons Nick Foles to Chicago Bears makes too much sense

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Chicago Bears, Mitchell Trubisky
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  1. Experience to win

As mentioned in the last point, Foles is the backup but can step in and win. He has proven that much. Foles made a run at the Super Bowl as a backup and even beat the Chicago Bears in Chicago as a backup who stepped in for an injured starter.

So do not think of Foles as the answer to all the Bears problems. Think of him as an insurance policy.

If there is one player who could step in and take over this team for the final half of season and help them compete for the playoffs, who else would you trust? We have seen Foles do it. The Bears can let Trubisky start in 2020 and see where he takes them. If he stalls and they are sitting at 2-4 like the Titans were with Mariota, it would be time to move on. If anyone could win seven of his last ten games off of the bench, it would be Foles. He has done this before.

The Bears are not ready to give up on Trubisky, and to be fair; he deserves time. However, they cannot let this year go by with another wasted season because of their investment at quarterback. Foles is the perfect hedge to all Trubisky bets.

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He will not cost too much, and the Bears can justify bringing him as a backup for one season to evaluate things. As the days get closer to the start of the 2020 offseason, it seems more and more apparent that Foles is the perfect fit for Chicago.