Sixxgunn wrote:If we sign any single player on that list I'm through.Not a single one is any different than George,except maybe not as much of a head case.Not that George was the answer,but why trade constipation for the runs?Either way they're both crap.Let's get a real QB for a change,through a trade,or draft somebody worthy.If you can't tell,I have very little confidence in Rex to stay healthy and provide the team with what it needs.I think he will be an OK QB,just never above average.Maybe I'm wrong,but we still need insurance.
I just don't see the Bears going after a quality QB like you hope. I think the Bears are commited to Grossman as a QB although like you say it's a major gamble. We may well see one of the QBs on that list end up in Chicago and depending who it is I may not be disappointed, a few of them would be reasonable backups who could start in a pinch. If Grossman is out for a prolonged period like this past season then we are screwed.
Maybe I'm being optimistic but although I am not a big Grossman fan I think the Bears can win with an average QB who doesn't screw up a lot, and Grossman might be that guy. There have been plenty of Super Bowl teams who get there without an outstanding QB. A lot more depends on everybody staying healthy and filling some holes in the O-line and receiving corps than in getting a stud QB. (I'm still sticking with my 6-10 prediction, by the way, I just don't see the Bears filling all their needs this year).