Let’s face it, seven years into the Ryan Pace era and the Chicago Bears are still in the market for a quarterback. To make it all worse, even Pace’s biggest swing, which was Mitchell Trubisky five years ago, was never labeled as a surefire pick, simply because there were more talented quarterbacks on the board.
Now, Pace and head coach Matt Nagy are once again left trying to figure out the issue that’s plagued the Bears for nearly seven decades. This offseason is expected by many to be musical chairs for quarterbacks. We’ve already seen Philip Rivers retire with Matthew Stafford and Jared Goff getting moved. Then there are rumors surrounding Deshaun Watson, Carson Wentz, and Derek Carr, each of the three that would be significant upgrades over anything Chicago had at quarterback in 2020.