The Chicago Bears could find success with one of these three quarterback rooms
The Chicago Bears need to address the quarterback position in 2021. We all understand this is important as Mitch Trubisky heads to free agency and Nick Foles has proven to be a liability in this offense. Tyler Bray has been nothing but a place holder on the practice squad. Something must change in the quarterback room in 2021 no matter who is coaching or who is managing the personnel.
Ryan Pace has struggled mightily with the quarterback position since taking on the Chicago Bears general manager position. He started by bringing in Mike Glennon to be the bridge quarterback under John Fox. Glennon was beyond awful and quickly got the hook for first-round draft pick Mitch Trubisky.
Trubisky was booed before he even saw the field by many Bears fans. This is frustrating but has become a major part of what to expect when quarterbacking this Bears franchise. Trubisky has been one of the best statistical quarterbacks to play for the Bears. This is not that impressive though when you consider who has been under center over the decades.
Pace looks to be on the hot seat though, and honestly, the quarterback position is likely going to be his downfall. Personally, his lack of attention to the offensive line seems to be the bigger issue, but the quarterback position is always under more of a microscope. That said, Pace made it known that a team should draft quarterbacks often, yet Trubisky was his only quarterback drafted during his six-year career.
Again, no matter who is here in 2021, there need to be some changes made to the Chicago Bears quarterback room. One of these three combinations should help this team push for a third playoff appearance in four years.