Should the Bears start quarterback Mitchell Trubisky right away?
Rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky had one of the better preseasons in the NFL in 2017.
That’s good for the Chicago Bears, who moved up a spot in the draft to grab him, much to the laughter of the rest of the league.
It’s still a lose-lose situation, though. Remember, the Bears handed free-agent quarterback Mike Glennon a three-year, $45 million contract earlier this offseason. That’s a lot of money for a backup, should Trubisky get the nod in Week 1.
And remember, the Bears are still rebuilding. While their offensive line is good, Trubisky — or whoever starts — won’t exactly have a lot of weapons in support.
Still, Chicago would like to get the most out of its high investment as soon as possible.