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It sure seems like the Chicago Bears should be on the market for a quarterback after another so-so showing from Mitchell Trubisky. 
Free agency seems to have plenty of options thanks to Teddy Bridgewater, Philip Rivers and others, but it’d be a tough feat to pull off given the $13 million in cap space and needing to round out an entire roster. 
But the Bears also don’t own a first-round pick this year, with the team’s first selection sitting at No. 43. 
Is Utah State’s Jordan Love the sort of passer teams trade up into the end of the first round to get? Or is his volatility, final-season regression (20 touchdowns, 17 interceptions in 2019 compared to 32 touchdowns, six interceptions in 2018) and level of competition (Mountain West Conference) capable of pushing him to the second?
If Love is there, it’s hard to pass on the potential upside, as it’s clear the Bears aren’t making much noise without a change under center.