33. Mitch Trubisky
Trubisky made the Pro Bowl in 2018 and convinced the Chicago Bears they perhaps had themselves a franchise quarterback. However, the young quarterback quickly demonstrated that he is nowhere near that quality, at least not for a franchise with championship ambitions. When Chicago failed to make the playoffs the following season, they decided that they needed to do something.
But bringing Nick Foles into the fold wasn’t the answer. They dropped Trubisky in 2020 in place of the former Super Bowl winner. But they reintroduced him late in the season. Trubisky, to his credit, improved when he returned to the team. However, the reality is that his future is no longer in Chicago because of his decline. A break may be best for both parties.