The Chicago Bears offseason has been heavily dominated with quarterback talk and deservedly so. After two years of back-to-back 8-8 records, the front office knows if they want to win to save their jobs they have to improve the offense dramatically. It explains why the GM Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy are making a strong push to acquire Russell Wilson. The acquisition of a player of Wilson’s caliber would immediately shoot the Bears up to contender status.
The Chicago Bears can not lose focus on building a solid foundation for the eventual next quarterback.
On the flip side, what happens if the Bears can not acquire Wilson? I would imagine they would shift their focus to the draft. Keeping all their picks, the Bears should still fortify the offensive side of the ball while they wait for that QB to fall in their lap.