Bears Need A 2 Quarterback System

I have officially figured out how to solve the Bears’ red zone woes, a 2 quarterback system. Hoyer has proven that he can throw the ball and do so efficiently. He also doesn’t turn the ball over like Jay does, but what Hoyer lacks is that ability to make plays and find his play-makers. How many times is he going to miss a wide open Alshon Jeffrey in the end-zone? As if this damn team wasn’t hard enough to watch, we have to endure absolutely miserable possessions in the red zone week in and week out. Enter Jay. Jay is athletic with a huge arm and has shown spurts of athleticism and mobility where he can make plays with his feet. Give me Jay anytime the Bears are inside the 25 and Hoyer anywhere else on the field. Implement it next week and then come find and thank me in February when Chicago is celebrating a Super Bowl.



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  1. October 18, 2016

    […] have fixed the Chicago Bears offensive woes, read here if you want to see how we can save the season. Brian Hoyer proved why he has been a career back-up […]

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