In a world where everything is ready, there is no doubt that Matthew Stafford, Carson Wentz and Jared Goff have the possibility of becoming the next Chicago Bears quarterback.
But this is only because Deshaun Watson, the largest fish on the market, still hasn’t moved.
Unfortunately, it will be very difficult to attract him:
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-Peter King (@peter_king) February 22, 2021
Long-time football insider Peter King complained about various potential trade scenarios involving Watson. Some people even mentioned that Chicago might become a potential trading partner of Houston: “Chicago will definitely be interested,” King wrote. “But drafting Article 20 this year is a big denial. Apart from Nick Foles, there is no other QB to deal with it; the lack of important young talents is also disadvantageous.” Ouch. st But this is not completely incorrect, so you can choose according to your needs.
As for the team that can make suggestions that Kim considers worthwhile, there are not many. The advice he made on behalf of the team was a complete fool.Two are from Um, no way category:
⇒The Panthers’ 7 to 1 trade, including RB Christian Mcaffrey (RB Christian Mcaffrey), Theo Robbie Anderson (WR Robbie Anderson), QB Teddy Bridgewater (QB Teddy Bridgewater) ), two first-round picks, one second-round pick, a third-round pick in 2022, and possible passer Brian Burns (Brian Burns).
⇒Another unbalanced proposal made by the Jets includes QB Sam Darnold, DL Quinnen Williams, two first-round picks and two other second-round picks (6 to 1 combination).
⇒In the wild three-way marriage proposal between the 49ers, Vikings and Texans, I didn’t even have this absurd attitude. The King provided Minnesota to send Kirk Cousins to San Francisco, Ninal sent Jimmy Gallopolo to the Texans, and Houston sent Watson to Minnesota. There will be other picks and players going in a variety of different ways. However, it is difficult to imagine that John Lynch did not get the most value of the trade on the trading chart.
What will the Bears package look like against the competitors above? Will the first-round picks in 2021, 2022 and 2023 be LB Roquan Smith, WR Darnell Mooney, etc.? Hello boy. That is spicy meatballs. I am not yet ready to deconstruct one.