Best Value For Bears In Every Round by Position: Quarterback

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Feb 23, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel (L) and Louisville Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (R) look on during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Nothing divides a fandom as much as discussion about probably the most polarizing position in all of sports. Whether agreeing with, or disagreeing with an opinion on a quarterback one thing is almost always certain, and that is that discussion won’t be a calm one. It will be firey and passionate. One only need look in their own backyard when it comes to Bears fans to see such an example. Jay Cutler is either disparaged or revered. Very little in between, and no fence riders.

If you want to intensify a quarterback debate just throw in the NFL draft. Than throw in the draft, a quarterback far from beloved who just signed to a huge contract, and a need to replace their back up Quarterback who many fans wanted to give the starting job even after Jay Cutler was healthy. Well respected QB guru Marc Trestman showed he can develop a legit NFL pill tosser. The value is not only in a player who can help the team directly on the field as a backup/eventual starter, but also bring value as a trade chip in a quarterback starved league who would love to get a Trestman trained quarterback. So somewhere in this draft it may be prudent to grab a quarterback.

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