Chicago Bears: Predicting every important quarterback decision

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Free agent landing spots

Tom Brady – Las Vegas Raiders

In his first real free agency, Tom Brady ends up with Jon Gruden and the Raiders. I don’t see Brady playing for another team outside of New England unless it’s for a highly-respected veteran coach. That’s Gruden. Brady gets his chance to prove he doesn’t need Bill Belichick to win, and Las Vegas is in for one heck of a first season away from Oakland.

Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys

In the least surprising quarterback move of the offseason, Dak Prescott stays with the Dallas Cowboys. If they can’t get a deal worked out, Prescott will be under the franchise tag only to prove himself one more time in 2020.

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Philip Rivers – Indianapolis Colts

After parting with the only team he’s ever known, Philip Rivers goes to Indianapolis who has plenty of cap space to work with and a phenomenal core in place for a playoff run. Rivers’ career is only missing a Super Bowl appearance at this point. Does he get there with the Colts?

Ryan Tannehill – Tennessee Titans

The Titans end up placing the franchise tag on running back Derrick Henry or Ryan Tannehill, but I believe they keep both, one way or another. The pieces in place are more than enough to continue what they started in 2019.

Teddy Bridgewater – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

This is an interesting fit, because Teddy Bridgewater doesn’t necessarily love to air it out. But, with weapons like Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, he’ll learn to love doing so. Under Bruce Arians, Bridgewater could be in for a breakout year.

Jameis Winston – Los Angeles Chargers

Speaking of the Bucs, Jameis Winston ends up with a new team in Los Angeles. The Chargers have Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, which are two strong options in the passing game.