The Chicago Bears are once again heading into an offseason with a question mark at quarterback.
The continuous inconsistency at the position has been the demise for the Bears for a decade, and this year was no different.
Initially, there was light at the end of the tunnel with the addition of former Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles. This was thought to be a move that would push four year starter Mitchell Trubisky to the next level and finally find their answer at quarterback. So we thought.
The juggling act between Trubisky, and newly acquired Foles was laughable. Head Coach and player caller, Matt Nagy, seemed to have trust issues at the position with the short leash on Trubisky despite winning the first two games of the season.
Foles won that week 3 game in which Trubisky was pulled, but ultimately led the team to a 2-5 record in his seven starts. After switching back to Trubisky in Week 12, it was starting to look like Foles was another failed project by Bears GM Ryan Pace.
The good news is, the 2020 season is over and it is time to move on. With ownership giving Pace and Nagy one more shot at this thing, lets look at three very realistic options that can take the Bears to the next level.