Signs Pointing Toward Bears Giving Trubisky Another Shot But They Could Add A Potential Replacement Like Titans Did With Tannehill

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Signs Pointing Toward Bears Giving Trubisky Another Shot But They Could Add A Potential Replacement Like Titans Did With Tannehill
Signs Pointing Toward Bears Giving Trubisky Another Shot But They Could Add A Potential Replacement Like Titans Did With Tannehill

While Ryan Pace says the Bears remain committed to Mitchell Trubisky as their starting quarterback, they seem almost certain to add a veteran quarterback in free agency and could even draft a long-term heir apparent at the position. Why wouldn't they, really? Consider how the Tennessee Titans advanced to the AFC Championship Game behind Ryan Tannehill, who replaced Marcus Mariota midway through a Week 6 game against the Broncos. The Titans were shut out that day in Denver, falling to 2-4, but rebounded to go 7-3 after the quarterback change, grabbing the AFC's last playoff spot. Mariota, like Trubisky, was the second overall pick of his draft. He entered the draft one year earlier than Trubisky,

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