I’ll be honest, I don’t think I’ve ever seen an offseason quite like this one — quarterbacks, usually a scarce offseason commodity, look like they’ll be in unusually large supply for the teams looking to upgrade at football’s most important position. And while the available names aren’t necessarily premium, you’ve likely heard of them before — Andy Dalton, Tom Brady, Philip Rivers, Teddy Bridgewater, Cam Newton, and even players like Alex Smith or Derek Carr could very well find themselves in new uniforms, and considering the Bears’ struggles at quarterback throughout 2019, I think we’ll likely see them bring in competition for their former #2 overall pick.
But who will that competition be? That’s the million dollar question, and it’s the question I set out to answer in my latest video. In it, I rank the 10 names that I’ve most often heard discussed as potential competition for Mitchell Trubisky, making sure to factor in each player’s acquisition price and contract situation as well as their play on the field. I also debut a brand-new studio in the process that I’m excited to hear your feedback on — check it out and let me know what you think!
What do you think? Which QB do you want to see the Bears bring in this offseason?