Chicago Bears: Three stud quarterbacks to consider in the future

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12. player. 49. . QB. Green Bay Packers. Aaron Rodgers

Imagine if Aaron Rodgers ever became a Chicago Bears player. That would be one of the biggest heal turns in the history of the NFL or sports for that matter. He has been so elite against the Bears (and in general) for so long that you could imagine him taking his talents well into his career. In today’s NFL, quarterbacks are showing that as long as they stay healthy and protected, they can play at an elite level for a long time. Rodgers is going to be one of those guys who probably play for a long time.

Well, Rodgers is already 36 years old and turns 37 in December. That is no spring chicken but he could absolutely play at a high level for another four to five years. Some people might wonder why he would want to leave the Green Bay Packers at that point but the answer is simple. They already drafted his successor during the first round of the 2019 draft when they selected Jordan Love from Utah State. That has more than likely made Rodgers angry and confused.

They aren’t going to want to keep Love on the bench for the next four or five years so if Rodgers wants to keep playing he is going to need to be traded out of there. The Bears would be so smart to go for it. Of course, bringing in a guy who is in his late 30s or early 40s isn’t ideal but what do the Bears have to lose? They have been so bad for so long that they might as well try. It would also anger all sorts of Packers fans which would be so funny.