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The Chicago Bears still have plenty of time to address positions of weakness, and may attempt to do so via trade.
No matter what the conversation begins about with the Bears, though, one position will forever continue to come up. The conversation may start with what the Bears will do at cornerback in the draft, or whether or not they should add another wide receiver, but in the end the quarterback position will be mentioned.
Bears fans know this all too well. Friends and acquaintances have long heckled Bears fans about their never-ending quarterback carousel. It’s been more of a revolving door over the past three decades than any other position on the team.
With the 2021 NFL Draft quickly approaching, the question of whether or not the Bears are done at the quarterback position is one worth asking. At one point, they were looking at trading Nick Foles, but now that talk has calmed. So, is it really Foles and Andy Dalton going into the 2021 season?
Ryan Pace and the Chicago Bears better hope they can make a move in the coming weeks.
If the plan truly is to roll into the season with Dalton and Foles, this fan base is going to do one of two things. They will either riot or completely lose interest in the franchise until Pace is gone.
It has become tough to support this team in recent months, but the good news is, there’s still time. There are still other deals to be made involving both players and picks from other teams not named the Bears.
Not only is there time to address the quarterback position, but other positions as well. The Bears should be calling every team inside the top 10 picks about potential deals, whether or not we’re talking quarterback. But, since we are talking about quarterback right now, let’s begin with the first of three trades the Bears should consider with the Denver Broncos.