For me it would be drafting another QB high in the draft. We already know what Mitch is and I don’t want to waste anymore time hoping he develops into a top 15 QB.
Using one of the 2nd rounders on a QB this year seems like a waste of a pick to me.For me it would be drafting another QB high in the draft. We already know what Mitch is and I don’t want to waste anymore time hoping he develops into a top 15 QB.
This. Beef block. Line play is one thing all winning teams have in common.A significant upgrading of the OL that involves somebody like Conklin or Scherff. Preferably Scherff. And one of the 2nd rounders on a tackle to pressure either Leno or Massie.
Now you said “realistic” so I’m going to avoid saying shit like bench Leno or Massie.
So what I’d want is:
Thats a lot of cap space we don't have. The stud OG takes up all the current cap. No idea where we get the money to sign a mid tier OT and ebron also, much less the savior backup QB all bears fans want, or a starting ILB/SS/WR2.Signing one stud OG and mid-tier OT in FA. Getting Ebron or an equivalent tight end. Drafting a speed WR with one of the 2nd round selections.
Those are the moves that will put the pieces in place to give Trubs and his vet competition a chance to succeed this year as well as preparing for the future if we end up drafting a QB high next year.
Why? What if we can find ourselves in a similar situation that Seattle did when they had Flynn and drafted Wilson?? The only way to do that is to find a QB in the draft.Using one of the 2nd rounders on a QB this year seems like a waste of a pick to me.
Signing a big name O lineman at a good price would get me excited. In the draft I want to see them invest in O line early and often.