Chicago Bears: Who should start at QB according to Steve Young and Warren Moon

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The Chicago Bears are doing what they think is best, but are they right?

As you can see both former quarterbacks are very concerned about how the dominoes will fall if Fields starts at quarterback and then early on the stink hits the fan. These two smart experienced and successful quarterbacks understand the factors and subtleties that affect whether a football team will fully embrace leadership or not from a quarterback under difficult if not, potentially, crisis conditions.

For Bears fans who need some salve to put on their wounds caused by Fields not starting this season, hopefully, these perspectives by successful former NFL quarterbacks could ease their pain and frustration a bit.

On a positive note, in terms of giving the Bears starting QB the best shot at success, the Bears’ offensive line appears to be getting stabilized. On Tuesday for the first time in 2021 what is expected to be the Bears starting five offensive linemen practiced together.

Jason Peters showed up in camp after signing with the Bears and Germain Ifedi came off the PUP list. Peters will be their left tackle, Ifedi is their right tackle. On top of that, last Wednesday James Daniels was back to practicing at right guard after being sidelined because of injury.

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With Cody Whitehair at left guard and Sam Mustipher at center, these five have 19 days to get in sync for the first game of the season. On that day we will start to get a real read on who the Bears are and whether Steve Young and Warren Moon are still on top of their game.