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Chicago Bears: Potential solution to quarterback problem available

 

https://dawindycity.com/2019/09/19/chicago-bears-trubisky-chad-kelly/amp/

 

"If Trubisky can’t put it together, the Bears will need to think about replacing him eventually, maybe as soon as 2020.

 

This is where the recently released Chad Kelly comes into the situation. Considering his legal history and inability to stay on an NFL roster, most would write Kelly off quickly. However, if the Bears are serious about getting the QB position right, then Kelly could potentially be the answer."

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I can Bearly believe this.

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I feel like it’ll be a Sudfeild situation, where if a team tries to snatch him from the ps, the Colts will be quick to elevate him to the 53.

 

 

That is, if the team really is keen on his talent 

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I’m not looking forward to that day many years from now, when Chad Kelly gets inducted into the HOF, and wonder why C. Ballard didn’t listen to the C. Kelly fan club.

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Omit Jim McMahon then look at the history of Bears quarterbacks and see if you can find a good one.

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5 minutes ago, King Colt said:

Omit Jim McMahon then look at the history of Bears quarterbacks and see if you can find a good one.

Jim McMahon was not all that good of a QB. He was on 5 different teams after leaving the Bears. 

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After googling, Kelly could very well be the best Bear QB ever.  Wow, it’s not pretty.

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24 minutes ago, King Colt said:

Omit Jim McMahon then look at the history of Bears quarterbacks and see if you can find a good one.

 

Just about ANY QB would’ve led the 85 Bears to a SB. 

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4 hours ago, crazycolt1 said:

Jim McMahon was not all that good of a QB. He was on 5 different teams after leaving the Bears. 

But my point was he was "good".

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Trade him to the Bears for Ha Ha Clinton Dix.

 

Then our secondary will say Ya-sin, Clinton Dix Hooker?

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Jeopardy 2030

 

Alex ( still kickin`): Plucked from the Indianapolis Colts practice squad in 2019, this Super Bowl MVP led the Chicago Bears to two Super Bowl Championships in the 2020s.

 

Contestant: Who is Chad Kelly!

 

Alex: Yes....better known as Ballard's Boo Boo!

 

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5 minutes ago, Indy_Mike said:

Jeopardy 2030

 

Alex ( still kickin`): Plucked from the Indianapolis Colts practice squad in 2019, this Super Bowl MVP led the Chicago Bears to two Super Bowl Championships in the 2020s.

 

Contestant: Who is Chad Kelly!

 

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20 hours ago, crazycolt1 said:

Jim McMahon was not all that good of a QB. He was on 5 different teams after leaving the Bears. 

 

But that head band!!! 

 

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