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article image2017 NFL Mock Draft: Chad Kelly best QB option for Chicago Bears?

By Larry Seely     Oct 4, 2016 in Sports
Chicago - Just four weeks into the 2016 NFL season and fans, along with football experts, have a good idea of how teams are playing and what they need to improve.
Quarterbacks are always a premium, even for teams with a solid veteran already in place, because you just never know what will happen on or off the football field.
Chicago is one franchise that has two solid signal callers, but both are getting on in age and help for the future is needed. The latest mock from the Daily Chicago Sports Tab has the Bears front office looking for that next offensive leader and suggests Ole' Miss QB Chad Kelly is the answer in round two.
Kelly shined against Alabama this year and has become a top-5 player at his position. His ability to make every throw and his raw grit has some believing he will be something special, but his decision making on the field is reason enough for a second round projection, but he would get to sit and learn in the windy city and that could be just what he needs to fulfill his potential.
Walter Football disagrees and with their latest projections they have the Bears taking DeShone Kizer of Notre Dame in the first round. Either way its apparent this team needs to look towards the future and taking a young signal caller appears to be a priority.
Oklahoma State youngster Mason Rudolph is quickly making a name for himself with NFL scouts. The Cowboys quarterback has moved to a late first or early second round prospect. Teams like Arizona and Minnesota could be looking to add some depth at the position and with veterans already in place, sitting a year and learning how to play in the league isn't bad and it would take some pressure off the young man as he begins his professional football career.
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