Head coach Matt Nagy has been extremely adamant on their plan at quarterback, and barring some drastic turn of events the Chicago Bears are going to head into training camp, the preseason, and the regular season with their first, second, and third string quarterbacks set in stone. Roster Locks Andy Dalton and Justin Fields, the QB1 and QB2 respectively, are likely going to get enough work in the preseason to whet our appetites for what this offense could be.
RJ Bell is a fan of the The Chicago Bears winning the NFC North this upcoming season and Vegas' odds on that happening which is currently at 4-to-1. According to RJ, the division is in a disruptive state considering the recent firing of a Vikings assistant coach and the ramifications in the Minnesota locker room that could arise from it. Plus, there is star quarterback, Aaron Rodgers in Greenbay, who may not have the passion to get it done as he once did.
Understand that quarterbacks drafted in the first round over the past 10-to-15 years have failed at a rate of about 87% depending on your definition of failing, so while Justin Fields is the Bears’ new great hope, with reasonable cause, until he takes his first NFL snap – and realistically a few hundred more after that – the only grade we can consider for him right now is an incomplete.