It’s time for the Chicago Bears to get familiar with Florida Quarterback Kyle Trask.
Let’s face it, through the first two weeks of the 2020 NFL season, the Chicago Bears quarterback play has been encouraging but it hasn’t been game-changing. Three years into the Matt Nagy era and still continuing to bank on shaky quarterback play is still an issue.
Heading into the 2021 NFL offseason, Chicago has just one quarterback on the roster: Nick Foles. That means that if current starter Mitchell Trubisky falters in 2020, the Bears will likely cut ties with the former second-overall pick. That would mean that Foles would likely be the starter and the front office would draft a quarterback to groom.