5. Chicago Bears
You had to see this one coming. We know the Chicago Bears are solid on defense. All they need for their offensive genius of a head coach is a competent signal-caller.
By now, most of you should have figured out that isn’t Mitchell Trubisky.
There’s one major issue with this theory. Newton may no longer possess the arm strength that he used to. If he doesn’t, it’s hard to imagine him being able to spiral one through the treacherous winds at home games in a place nicknamed ‘The Windy City ‘.
6. Cincinnati Bengals
Speaking of starving fanbases with apathetic signal callers, we’ve reached the Cincinnati Bengals portion of the discussion. Cincy invested nine years and a lot of money into Andy Dalton, and not only did they not win a Super Bowl, but they also didn’t even get a playoff win out of the deal.
Dalton has been benched, and he’s a free agent at the end of the current season. Cincy’s new coaching regime seems to be working on a high draft pick, which could eventually be a quarterback, but they may also want to bring in someone with more experience to fill in until a younger signal-caller is ready.