16. Jimmy Graham
In a way, you have to feel sorry for Mitchell Trubisky. He was clearly out of his depth without adding a tight end like Graham into the mix. The veteran arrived in the 2020 offseason with a big reputation after the Packers decided that they didn’t want to offer him another contract. Chicago should have taken the hint but didn’t, and now they’re all over the place.
His two-year contract is simply outrageous mismanagement of funds. In one game against the Minnesota Vikings, he failed to record a single reception. True, the Bears clearly have a lot of issues on offense, but throwing money at the likes of Graham is like trying to fill a bottle with pinholes pricked into the sides. It’s just not going to work and they should never have expected it to.