Home Sports Chicago Bears Q&A: Now that Allen Robinson has been tagged, what are the chances for a long-term contract? What’s the plan at right tackle? Is Kellen Mond a good QB target in the draft?

Chicago Bears Q&A: Now that Allen Robinson has been tagged, what are the chances for a long-term contract? What’s the plan at right tackle? Is Kellen Mond a good QB target in the draft?

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Wilson and Watson are fabulous quarterbacks and have got a lot of action ahead of them, but between the two, I doubt they equal the seven Super Bowl rings Brady has won. The Bears believe they are an elite quarterback away from being a serious contender, I can tell you that much. The roster is certainly a little different than what the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had. The Bucs were able to plug Brady into an offense that already had wide receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, running back Ronald Jones and tight end Cameron Brate. Let’s be real. Tight end Rob Gronkowski, running back Leonard Fournette and wide receiver Antonio Brown were just role players in that offense after Brady signed. The Bears don’t have that kind of firepower, but they believe wide receiver Darnell Mooney is up-and-coming and Matt Nagy gave him some serious praise when he compared him to Tyreek Hill and DeSean Jackson in a chat on the Bear Download podcast. Running back David Montgomery had an improved second season, the Bears are high on tight end Cole Kmet and, of course, Allen Robinson is returning. So it’s not out of the realm of possibility. Of course, the Bears have to be able to land Wilson or Watson. Keep in mind, the Bucs didn’t have to fork over a boatload of draft picks to add Brady. That’s a huge difference. They simply signed him in free agency.

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