It might not be the Bears‘ top priority this offseason, but maybe it should be.
One of Phil Emery’s first orders of business this offseason has to be addressing the backup quarterback position because the Bears can’t afford to let last season happen again.
Over the last two seasons, the Bears are 2-5 when Jay Cutler doesn’t start and that includes going 1-5 down the stretch last season.
Caleb Hanie isn’t coming back and I don’t think anyone is ready to hand the job to second-year man Nathan Enderle.
The Bears must go out and find a veteran signal caller who if given the chance can lead the Bears to a victory.