The Chicago Bears signed veteran Andy Dalton and signed a one-year, $10 million free agent contract, but the quarterback is still a hot topic around the team.
The rumors involving Russell Wilson are the loudest, and now there is another quarterback specifically targeting the trade market. Teddy Bridgewater became mature after the Carolina Panthers traded Sam Danold. Moreover, for many people, the simplest assumption is to use the bear as a landing point.
Naturally, a popular topic is the possibility of Chicago trading Bridgewater, which caused disagreements among fans. Some people believe that Bridgewater will be an instant upgrade to Dalton or Nick Foles. Others believe that Bridgewater is a cautionary story, especially for someone who reportedly rejected the Bears offer last offseason because he didn̵
One of my gains from the Darnold transaction is that it further proves that Teddy Bridgewater is not the answer. I know Foles did not succeed, but thank you flamingly for not getting him.
-Brendan Sugrue (@BrendanSugrue) April 5, 2021
I will never understand the obsession of Teddy Bridgewater by bear fans.
If a team leaves you after a season, it means they think you are not very good.
Not only did they move on, but they also traded multiple draft picks to find another alternative to him.
— Ejayjones492 (@ejayjones492) April 5, 2021
In hindsight, I wonder if the Bears should choose Bridgewater instead of Dalton.
In hindsight, what I mean is that almost all other quarterbacks have moved better.
—John Whiticar (@Whiticar), April 5, 2021
If the bears are smart, they will trade Dalton and immediately upgrade to Bridgewater. They all have health concerns, but based on several factors, Teddy has more room to rise and is better than Dalton on offense. Trading! ! ! ! ! ! @Chicago Bear
-TheRealVinny (@VinnyO_13) April 5, 2021
not me. I know that last season was not the answer from Bridgewater, Fleis, Cam and others. I am here to tell you that Dalton is not the answer either. So don’t forget the amnesia and start to believe that he can play well for #Bears next season, because this will not happen. https://t.co/WBzKh0qqYW
— TW (@Tylow237) April 5, 2021
Compared to Denver, Bears or Patriots roster, Teddy Bridgewater’s QB is better. #NFL
-Nick West (@nickwest14) April 5, 2021
And, before the bear fans cheered, Teddy Bridgewater was not an answer at all.
His QB is below average and his arm is also below average.
— April 5, 2021, Irish Bear Show (@IrishBearsShow)
Is Teddy Bridgewater in stock now? I take him to see the bear! !
-Joe (@HugeBearsFan) April 5, 2021
Shouldn’t I hug the bear and hug Bridgewater’s hope?
— RockyBear52✊BLM/Stop Asian Hatred (@ RockyBear5154) April 5, 2021
Carolina paid Teddy Bridgewater $45 million, and now he has traded three draft picks for the QB that Joe Flacco won. Not sure if there are any plans, but investing a lot of money for mediocrity in QB is raging.
-Matt St. Jean (@mattstdream) April 5, 2021
Foles, Dalton and Darnold… I would rather Bridgewater and Mond on the bear.
-Jonathan Morris (@JonatelloM) April 5, 2021
I see, Teddy Bridgewater is not good, but the Saints should try to keep him or make the Bears pay more for him (Sorry, Bears fans, you are just to get Qbs, this Just one thing)
—Tee🪳 (@CantBlockPayne) April 5, 2021
I hope the Bears will sign Teddy Bridgewater instead of Andy Dalton.
-Jack Russell (@JolietJack) April 5, 2021
Does this mean we can add Bridgewater to the Bears QB trials? ♂♂️
-Daniel Walcott (@WallyD19) April 5, 2021
The bears should have tried at least to get Bridgewater, but this is too smart
-Generation J (@SaytheNano) April 5, 2021
Teddy Bridgewater enters the Bears for the sixth time
—Another Man (@MarkusTaffy) April 5, 2021
Remember when Bridgewater didn’t sign with the Bears because “he didn’t want to compete with Trubisky”
-Black (@SoldierFieldBlg) April 5, 2021