The Chicago Bears are guaranteed to have better quarterback play
To some, this is wishful thinking. To me, this is very possible. The Bears have a former Super Bowl MVP battling a young former second-overall pick for the starting job. Sounds like a win-win. The Bears have likely two options out of this battle.
The first option is Mitchell Trubisky lights a fire in himself and tears it up. The addition of Nick Foles gets him going and he shows why he was a second overall pick. He puts it all together and helps the Bears become this top-10 offense.
The second option is Nick Foles doesn’t fold. Foles beats out the young quarterback showing why he won a Super Bowl MVP. He shows that he knows this offense like the back of his hand and he will tear apart defenses with the Matt Nagy offense.
Obviously these two options are extremely optimistic, but it is more likely one of those two will happen. The final unfortunate option is both plays horribly. They throw Trubisky out there early in the season hoping he pieces it together and Foles loses the battle. They could also get hurt.
Regardless, the Bears should see better quarterback play come from either of these guys. Much like the rest of the players on the offense last season, what we saw from Trubisky was arguably the worst version of himself, plus he played through a torn labrum. He can’t get much worse than last season, and the Bears still finished 8-8.
These major pieces and ideas all are a possibility. None of these are impossible, but a lot has to come together to truly make this offense what Nagy dreamed of it becoming. These three things can truly make that happen for Nagy and turn the Bears around.