Jim McMahon says ‘Chicago is where quarterbacks go to die’

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One of most notable quarterbacks in Chicago Bears history joined the FatMike Chicago Sports Show and had strong criticism for the organization.

Jim McMahon stated in the episode that the Green Bay Packers was the best organization that he has ever played for and went on to say quarterbacks “go to die” in Chicago.

The Super Bowl winning quarterback in Super Bowl XX also mentioned that it was a typical Bears draft move when they traded up to pick Mitchell Trubisky.

After playing for the Bears, McMahon went on to play for the San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals and finished his career with the Packers.

McMahon played in six games for the Packers and was 4-for-5 on passes with no touchdowns or interceptions. However, in his final season, McMahon would finish his career as a Super Bowl champion.

Even though McMahon was a member of the Packers championship team, he showed up to the White House in his Bears jersey.

Since McMahon’s last season with the Bears in 1988, the Bears have had 35 different starting quarterbacks. Free agent acquisition Andy Dalton will make it 36 quarterbacks.

Trubisky is out of Chicago as he signed this offseason with the Buffalo Bills on a one-year contract.

The NFL Draft is two weeks away, but there’s a good possibility the Bears will be looking to add another quarterback to their roster.

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