Chicago Bears: 3 ideal trade targets to fix quarterback woes
By Joseph Herff
The Chicago Bears will likely move on from Mitch Trubisky next season
Although Mitchell Trubisky is playing extremely well since taking over for Nick Foles over the past three weeks, Trubisky likely still will not be on the Chicago Bears next season. It seems that ship has sailed and Trubisky is expected to sign with another team this offseason in hopes of bettering his career. He may be playing himself into a new contract, but probably only as a bridge quarterback.
The only quarterback returning to the Bears’ roster next season is Foles, who hasn’t panned out as they expected him to when Ryan Pace traded away a fourth-round pick for him this offseason. He looked significantly worse than Trubisky in the offense while looking somehow even streakier as well.
It does remain to be seen who will be running the team next season from both the front office side of things to the coaching side of things, but regardless, the Chicago Bears need to address their franchise-long quarterback woes. These days, teams need a great quarterback to lead them to a Super Bowl victory. The Bears need to get one if they want any shot of winning a Super Bowl any time soon.
Even though the Bears traded for a quarterback the last offseason, that shouldn’t stop them from trading for another one this offseason. It seems that there are a few quarterbacks who may be on the trade block for various reasons this offseason and the Bears could pull the trigger on a few of them. Here are three they should consider trading for.