For years, Ron Wolf drafted a QB in nearly every draft. I think that makes sense. The QB is the most important position for franchise and is often the face of the team.
And it's always important to have a good back-up. I think that is part of the reason Farve was so consistent every year. Because there was always an heir apparent if he stumbled. Someone drafted high enough to have potential, but not high enough to be a real threat.
I would like to see the Bears bring in someone like a Matt Flynn. Is there anyone in this draft with that type of potential? It seems like these guys don't normally come from spread offenses. Rather, the seem to come from run heavy offenses that hide the fact that the QB is actually a beast.
Are there any QBs like that out there this year?