The Chicago Bears quarterback situation is a daily hot topic. For as much derision that’s been thrown towards the Andy Dalton signing, he was an above-average starting quarterback for 8 seasons with three Pro Bowls to his name. Since Dalton is on the back nine of his career, he can be an excellent placeholder but it certainly sets the table for the Bears drafting a QB.
All the big names have been bandied about but the Bears will have to shoot into the Top 10 (if not Top 7) to get a crack at Wilson or Fields, both of which have their pros and cons due to either one season of work or lack of completion in the case of Fields. The only possible name that may fall even close to pick 20 is North Dakota’s, Trey Lance.