The Chicago Bears might need to bring in a veteran quarterback to compete with Mitchell Trubisky for the 2020 starting job.
The Chicago Bears were 8-8 in 2019. It honestly felt like it was a 4-12 season because of the fact that they were expected to be a Super Bowl contender. It was painful to watch all year long as their defense was still awesome. As good as their defense was, their offense couldn’t score enough points to take advantage of their awesome defense. They have a few weapons on offense but one thing was clear about the reason they were so bad.