Chicago Bears: Let’s discuss Mitch Trubisky and other quarterback options

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Stars still seem to love the Chicago Bears

If the Chicago Bears head coach couldn’t fix a one-year wonder who shows potential (Mitch Trubisky), he will not fix the two years that Adam Gase ruined on top of the two-year wonder of Sam Darnold. Darnold made his decision to be one of the younger quarterbacks to enter the NFL. That was just a bad decision.

Not all is doom and gloom with the Chicago Bears though. With rumors of a real talented starting quarterback in Russell Wilson (complete bashing of Carson Wentz) open to being traded to the Chicago Bears, that lets fans know this is still a place talent wants to join.

The question I ask myself is why. Why did Allen Robinson come? Why would Wilson come? Maybe Matt Nagy is not as bad as we think. There might be something about this coach. Since Matt Nagy has arrived, the Chicago Bears have seen players like Khalil Mack (trade), Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel, Trey Burton, Cordarrelle Patterson, and more pick the Chicago Bears over other teams.

To me, that’s exciting. That is something to think about this offseason. The Chicago Bears could use all of the advantages to replenish the roster as they make their way to the 2021 NFL draft.

The Chicago Bears might not acquire J.J. Watt, but they could get a Hershey’s kiss. Jokes aside, Ryan Pace has done a fine job in recent years with his drafting and free-agent finds. I am not ice-cold on Robert Quinn just yet.

When I saw a defensive scheme where Quinn was trying to cover tight ends downfield, and I have seen Danny Trevethan covering Green Bay Packer’s speedster Marquez Valdes-Scantling, I knew that these players were not being used correctly.

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Sure, that same excuse of a bad scheme is used for Winston and Darnold. However, they might be too far gone to bring back into a franchise type of quarterback. Why make a lateral move when one can keep Nick Foles and rock a rookie while building the correct way. If you haven’t checked that out, check the link. Until then, Bear Down.