In a move that shocked the fanbase (probably not) the Bears sign free-agent quarterback Andy Dalton to a one year $10 million dollar deal to sure up the quarterback position. Ken Davis, Adam Hoge, and Alex Shapiro discuss the signing and what that means for the Bears going forward. The Bears signed the Red Rifle haha.
(0:00) – Intro
(1:40) – First impressions of the Red Rifle signing
(6:55) – Is Nick Foles literally the same person as Andy Dalton
(9:50) – Did the Bears put a legitimate effort to get Watson or Wilson
(12:15) – Now that Dalton is a Bear, is the Bears’ plan to move up in the draft?
(16:30) – Will the Bears be players to try and sign offensive tackle Trent Williams
(19:00) – What will the Bears’ offensive line look like next season?
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